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Keaghan Krog


I graduated with an MPhys in Theoretical Physics from the University of Leeds in 2018 with interest in simulating topological quantum computers. This encapsulated my interests in quantum optics, condensed matter, and quantum mechanics which has continued into my current research of hot-electron quantum optics.

Research interests

There is substantial interest in the use of quantum-dot charge pumps emitting a single-electron at high energy to explore fundamental issues of solid-state physics and quantum-technology.

My research involves the development of software to simulate realistic hot-electron quantum optics geometries to give a detailed understanding of the dynamics of hot electrons in experimentally relevant devices.