- Program Years: 2018-2022
- Academic Institution: University of Maryland, College Park
- Field of Study: Physics
- Academic Advisor: Alexey Gorshkov
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (2019)
B.S. Physics, University of Maryland, College Park, 2018
"Randomized measurement protocols for lattice gauge theories."
J Bringewatt, J Kunjummen, N Mueller
Preprint. (2023), [arXiv:2303.15519]
"On the stability of solutions to Schrodinger's equation short of the adiabatic limit."
J Bringewatt, Michael Jarret, T C Mooney
Preprint. (2023), [arXiv:2303.13478]
"Lower bounds on quantum annealing times."
L P Garcia-Pintos, L T Brady, J Bringewatt, Y-K Liu.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 130, 140601 (2023), [arXiv:2210.15687]
"Parallelization techniques for quantum simulation of fermionic systems."
J Bringewatt, Z Davoudi
Quantum 7, 975 (2023) [arXiv:2207.12470]
J Bringewatt, L T Brady
"Lefschetz thimble quantum Monte Carlo for spin systems."
T C Mooney, J Bringewatt, N C Warrington L T Brady
Phys. Rev. B 106, 214416 (2022), [arXiv:2110.10699]
"Minimum entanglement protocols for function estimation."
A Ehrenberg*, J Bringewatt*, A V Gorshkov
Preprint. (2021), [arXiv:2110.07613]
"Protocols for estimating multiple functions with quantum sensor networks: geometry and performance."
J Bringewatt, I Boettcher, P Niroula, P Bienias, A V Gorshkov
Phys. Rev. Research 3, 033011 (2021), [arXiv:2104.09540]
"Optimal measurement of field properties with quantum sensor networks."
T Qian, J Bringewatt, I Boettcher, P Bienias, A V Gorshkov
Phys. Rev. A (Letter) 103, L030601 (2021) [arXiv:2011.01259]
"Confronting lattice parton distributions with global QCD analysis."
J Bringewatt, N Sato, W Melnitchouk, J Qiu, F Steffens, M Constantinou
Phys. Rev. D. 103, 016003 (2021), [arXiv:2010.00548]
"Effective gaps are not effective: quasipolynomial classical simulation of obstructed stoquastic Hamiltonians."
J Bringewatt, M Jarret
Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 170504 (2020), [arXiv:2004.08681]
"Polynomial time algorithms for estimating spectra of adiabatic Hamiltonians."
J Bringewatt, W Dorland, SP Jordan
Phys. Rev. A 100 (3), 032336 (2019), [arXiv:1905.07461]
"Diffusion Monte Carlo approach versus adiabatic computation for local Hamiltonians."
J Bringewatt, W Dorland, SP Jordan, A Mink
Phys. Rev. A 97 (2), 022323 (2018), [arXiv:1709.03971]
"Study of radon reduction in gases for rare event search experiments."
K Pushkin, C Akerlof, D Anbajagane, J Armstrong, M Arthurs, J Bringewatt, T Edberg, C Hall, M Lei, R Raymond, M Reh, D Saini, A Sander, J Schaefer, D Seymour, N Swanson, Y Wang, W Lorenzon
Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res., Sect. A 903, 267-276 (2018), [arXiv:1805.11306]
Charles T. Hussar Fellowship in Physics (2023)
Board of Visitors Outstanding Graduate Student Award, College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences, University of Maryland (2023)
University of Maryland Invention of the Year Finalist (2023)
Graduate Fellow, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (2022)
3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Contest University-level Winner, University of Maryland (2022)
DOE CSGF Communicate Your Science Essay (CYSE) award (2019)
Lanczos Fellow, Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (2018-2020)
High Honors in Physics, B.S. Physics, University of Maryland (2018)
Banneker/Key Scholar, University of Maryland (2014-2018)