A Case for Past Quantum State

Recently I finished my latest work that has been done in collaboration with my wonderful supervisor and Oxford experimental team and I would like to use this post to advertise it a bit in general terms. You can read it in full at arXiv. The past quantum state method relies on a simple assumption: since inContinue reading “A Case for Past Quantum State”

Non-fiction corner

In general, I am a huge fan of literary classics and a contemporary fiction, and I spend most of my time reading it. Lately, I tried to extend my literary horizons by adding some new biographies and non-fiction books into this years reading list. I wasn’t disappointed and enjoyed throughly some contemporary perspectives from talentedContinue reading “Non-fiction corner”

Reasons to love Berlin

Most amazing orchestra: I just had a wonderful opportunity to hear Berlin Philharmonic playing Verdi’s Requiem conducted by Riccardo Chailly. It was a supremely powerful performance. Requiem is just one of those intense pieces that are absolutely best enjoyed live and I am forever grateful that I had a chance to hear it in such a greatContinue reading “Reasons to love Berlin”