We are glad to introduce Andre Röhm and Sungguen Ryu to the other IFISC members.
Andre Röhm got his PhD from TU Berlin in networks of regulator oscillators and their application for reservoir computing, under the supervision of Prof. Kathy Lüdge as part of the Collaborative Research Center SFB910. At IFISC he will work as a María de Maeztu postdoctoral researcher with Ingo Fischer and Damià Gomila for two years. His research will be focused on understanding the fundamental limits induced by internal noise, measurement errors and internal dynamics on computation speed, accuracy and cost.
Sungguen Ryu obtained his PhD degree in physics from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. He will work at IFISC as a postdoctoral María de Maeztu researcher in the lines of Quantum information: decoherence, dissipation and transmission and brain-inspired analog computing in photonic and electronic systems with assistance of Rosa López and Raúl Toral. His research interest is quantum coherent phenomena in electron quantum optics and driven time-dependent mesoscopic systems.