Jose Daniel Trevison Solano
Last update: October 2017
||Doctor Student, Graduate School of Science,
|Department of Physics, Tohoku University.
|Address: Particle Theory and Cosmology Group,
| 6-3, Aza-Aoba, Aramaki, Aoba-ku,
| Science Complex B, Room No. 931.
| Sendai 980-8578, Japan
Curriculum Vitae English Version
履歴書 Japanese Version
学歴詳細 Detailed Version in Japanese
Relativistic Quantum Information, an emergent interdisciplinary field which tries to merge
Quantum Information Theory with Quantum Field Theory in Curved Space-times.
(1) Black Hole Physics
(2) Quantum Field Theory in Curved Space-times
(3) Quantum Energy Teleportation
List of Publications:
(1) "Gravitational Memory Charges of Supertranslation and Superrotation on Rindler Horizons"
Phys. Rev. D 94 083001 (2016)
(2) "Quantum energy teleportation across a three-spin Ising chain in a Gibbs state"
J. Phys. A: Math. Theor.48 175302 (2015)
(3) "Development of readout ASIC for FPCCD vertex detector at the ILC"
IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference (NSS/MIC) (2012)
(1) The Relativistic Quantum Information North (RQIN) 2017
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, July 4th-7th
(2) Sendai Workshop on Quantum Information (2017)
Tohoku University Graduate School of Science, March 13th-15th
30 Minutes Presentation
(3) 6 Department Joint Symposium (2016)
Tohoku University Graduate School of Science, February 20th
(4) YITP Workshop on Quantum Information Physics (2014)
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, August 4th-7th
- 2015/10-present: Tohoku University, Graduate School of Science, Doctor Course in Physics,
Research Lab: Particle Theory and Cosmology Group
- 2013/10-2015/09: Tohoku University, Graduate School of Science, Master Course in Physics,
Research Lab: Particle Theory and Cosmology Group
Master Thesis (English) Presentation (English)
Thesis Title: “Informational Resource for Quantum Energy Teleportation” QET is a quantum task in which energy
is transported in an operational meaning, without the transfer of energy carriers. I performed analytical and
numerical optimization using Mathematica of a multiple variable and complicated expression to calculate: the
maximum teleported energy and the quantum correlations in a three spin Ising chain. I found that there are
cases in which even though there are quantum correlations between the edge-spins it is impossible to teleport
energy. This is an unexpected result that can help to understand one of the most fundamental issues of
quantum information such as the relation between information and energy.
- 2011/10-2012/09: Tohoku University, JYPE program (Exchange Student),
Research Lab: High Energy Accelerator Experiments Group
- 2008/09-2013/09: Simon Bolivar University, Bachelor in Physics, Cum Laude, GPA: 4.68/5.00
Undergraduated Thesis (Spanish) Presentation (Spanish)
Summary of Results (English)
Thesis Title: “Study of CCD sensors as Particle Detectors for the ILC”. I measured: the dark current,
signal to noise ratio and charge transfer inefficiency in a prototype of fine pixel charged coupled device
for the future International Linear Collider. To do so, I developed a program in C++/Root that allowed to
classify the set of data by number of particle tracks in each measurement. The results showed that, under
similar operating conditions as in the ILC, the prototype does not suffer dark current effects and
the charge transfer efficiency was 97%, greater than the minimal operating threshold of 90 %.
- 2006/09-2008/09: Simon Bolivar University, Electronic Engineering (changed major)
From 10/2013-09/2018: Scholarship from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan
- GRE (Graduate Record Examination) 11/26/2012, Verbal 153/170, Quantitative: 158/170
- PGRE (Physics Graduate Record Examination) 10/13/2012, Score: 800/990 (74 percentile rank)
- Spanish: native language
- English: TOEFL-iBT 11/17/2012, Score: 98/120 (Reading 27, Listening 27, Speaking 20, Writing 24)
- Japanese: JLPT 12/07/2014, Level: N2, Score 90/180, Vocabulary-Grammar 19/60, Reading: 27/60,Listening: 44/60
- Italian: 5 year Course (2001-2006) of Italian Language and General Italian Culture
- 2017/09/11-2017/09/15: Internship at IBM Japan; consisted in a one day experience in software development
by using Agile methodology and a two days Hackathon to create a smartphone application.
Hackathon Final Presentation (日本語)
- 2016/05-2017/02: Program in Emergent Innovation; a series of seminar/workshop (mostly in japanese)
to increase: innovation, management and communication skills.
平成28年度 イノベーション創発塾 第3期
- 2016/10-2017/01: I performed a “Big Data Analysis” of Tohoku University main library data,
as a Project Based Learning of the Program in Emergent Innovation of the same university.
Summary of Results (日本語）
- 2013/04-2013/07: Teaching to elementary school students about risk prevention in case of earthquakes
and mudslides by organizing emergency drills with the school authorities.
Presentation to teachers (Spanish)