Daniel Manzano
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Área de Física de la Materia N-8

I made my PhD at the University of Granada in the field of entanglement properties of atoms. After completing it I moved to the University of Innsbruck to work in the Quantum Information group of Hans J. Briegel. I worked there for three years, studying transport properties of quantum systems, quantum effects in photosynthetic complexes, and quantum learning. After my time in Innsbruck, I worked for one year at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). After my year at MIT, I moved to the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). I came back to Granada with a Marie Curie Fellowship (program Talent Hub). Currently, I have a Junior Professorship.

• Quantum transport and thermodynamics
• Open quantum systems
• Quantum computing and learning
• Quantum effects in biological systems
• Entanglement in fermionic systems