Sean Muleady

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RQS Postdoctoral Fellow

Sean Muleady is an RQS Postdoctoral Fellow at QuICS and JQI. His research focuses on the intersection of many-body physics, quantum information, and AMO (atomic, molecular, and optical) platforms for quantum science. In particular, he is interested in leveraging platforms of trapped atoms and molecules to simulate and explore complex many-body behaviors, such as quantum chaos and thermalization, and harnessing this understanding to improve quantum sensors. His research also involves developing computational methods, including phase space techniques, tensor networks, and cluster methods, to model realistic many-body systems relevant to current quantum simulators. He previously completed his Ph.D. at JILA with Prof. Ana Maria Rey, and his A.B. at Princeton University.