Dr. Liguori-Schremp is a Mathematical Physicist with a PhD in Quantum Information, an international background, and a rainbow of passions that range from science & technology to sailing, rock climbing, and many other outdoor activities.
Their professional experience spans both academia and the industry, working internationally in different sectors, including Artificial Intelligence, Education and Outreach.
Scientific education has always been one of their greatest passions, leading them to teach at different levels in various countries, including teaching many courses and mentoring students at San Francisco State University for several years.
Their academic research focuses on entanglement and quantum correlations, covering a range of topics in Quantum Computation & Quantum Information Theory: open quantum systems and system-environment interactions; transport phenomena in quantum networks and in light-harvesting complexes; dynamical localization effects in arrays of superconducting qubits; quantum simulations and quantum error correction.
Alek Liguori-Schremp is also an avid athlete and an active member of the LGBTQ+ community, including within the DI&A initiatives at the Colorado School of Mines.