Wolfram Computation Meets Knowledge

Wolfram Science Winter School

January 2–12, 2024


Mihai Vidrighin

Class of 2023

Mihai Vidrighin received his Ph.D. from Imperial College"s Controlled Quantum Dynamics Doctoral Training Center. His research was in experimental quantum optics, focusing on the measurement and characterization of photon pairs generated by nonlinear optics. He now works for PsiQuantum, where he is responsible for designing photon sources for a universal photonic quantum computer. He uses the Wolfram Language for physics simulations and data analysis, and his favorite part of research is explaining intricate features of data using physical models.

Project: Quantum State Estimation