Ilya Sinayskiy

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Ilya Sinayskiy is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Chemistry and Physics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN). After completing his Ph.D. at Samara State University, Russia, in 2007, he worked as a postdoc at UKZN and as a researcher at the National Institute for Theoretical Physics in South Africa. He is a theoretical physicist interested in the theory of open quantum systems, with application in quantum information theory, quantum biology, and quantum and classical machine learning.

Statistical Physics

Viewpoint: Neural Networks Take on Open Quantum Systems

Simulating a quantum system that exchanges energy with the outside world is notoriously hard, but the necessary computations might be easier with the help of neural networks. Read More »