Gian Giacomo Guerreschi

Intel Labs / Research Scientist

Research Areas:

  • Algorithms

  • Compilers & Software Tools

  • Machine Learning

  • Parallel Computing

  • Quantum Computing



Gian Giacomo Guerreschi is a research scientist at Intel Labs where he focuses on theoretical and numerical aspects of Quantum Computing. Gian Giacomo received his Ph.D. degree in Theoretical Physics from the University of Innsbruck (Austria) and the Institute for Quantum Information and Quantum Optics (IQOQI). Before joining Intel he was a post-doctoral researcher at Harvard University where he investigated restricted models of quantum computation: adiabatic quantum optimization and boson sampling.

Gian Giacomo’s research interests include: large scale simulations of quantum algorithms, compilers for quantum circuits, the extension of neural networks to the quantum regime. His research has been presented in conferences and featured in journals like Nature Photonics, Physical Review Letters and Quantum Science and Technology, among others.