Christopher Kane

  • Program Year: 4
  • Academic Institution: University of Arizona
  • Field of Study: Physics
  • Academic Advisor: Stefan Meinel
  • Practicum(s):
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2021)
  • Degree(s):
    B.S. Bioprocess Engineering, State University of New York, 2017


C.Kane, D. Grabowska, B. Nachman, C. Bauer, "Efficient quantum implementation of 2+1 U(1) lattice gauge theories with Gauss law constraints", arXiv:2211.10497 [quant-ph]

D. Grabowska, C.Kane, B. Nachman, C. Bauer, "Overcoming exponential scaling with system size in Trotter-Suzuki implementations of constrained Hamiltonians: 2+1 U(1) lattice gauge theories", arXiv:2208.03333 [quant-ph]

C. Kane, D. Giusti, C. Lehner, S. Meinel, A. Soni, "Controlling unwanted exponentials in lattice calculations of radiative leptonic decays," PoS LATTICE2021 (2022) 162, arXiv:2110.13196 [hep-lat]

C. Kane, C. Lehner, S. Meinel, A. Soni, "Radiative leptonic decays on the lattice," PoS LATTICE2019 (2019) 134, arXiv:1907.00279 [hep-lat]

M. McGuigan et. al, "Visualization and data analysis of quantum computations in high energy, nuclear and condensed matter physics," in Visualization and Data Analysis 2019, Jan 2019.

C. Kane and M. McGuigan, "Visualizing effective potentials and using the IBM-Q to study quantum field theory models in 0+1 dimensions", New York Scientific Data Summit (NYSDS), pp. 16, Aug 2018.

C. Kane, Studying the Puzzle of the Pion Nucleon Sigma Term, Student Journal of Physics, vol. 6, Sep 2017.

C. Abellan Beteta et al., 8-channel prototype of SALT readout ASIC
for Upstream Tracker in the upgraded LHCb experiment, Journal of Instrumentation, vol. 12, Feb 2017.


University of Arizona Galileo Circle Scholar (2021)

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program - Honorable Mention