Mirko Pittaluga



Short Bio

I was born and grew up in Vicenza, Italy.
I got my Master in Physics in September 2013 with a thesis on the deployment of artificial neural networks for signals discrimination in a Nuclear Physics experiment.
Between 2013 and 2014 I took a gap year, and in September 2014 I started a Master in Physics (experimental curriculum).
In December 2016 I graduated with mark 110/110 cum laude with a thesis focused on quantum optics and quantum information.
In March 2017 I started working at Toshiba Research Europe Ltd, as member of the Marie Curie QCALL ITN Project.

Research Profile

Currently I am working on the experimental implementation of QKD protocols, specifically Twin Field and Measurement Device Independent protocols.

Main Scientific Interests

QKD, Quantum Information, Quantum Computation, AI, Climate Change