The question: How do little changes lead to big changes?

The jargon: Phase transitions, optimization problems, statistical physics, quantum physics, and computer science.

Running odometer: 1 Earth circumference.

- Since 2020
**PhD Student in Quantum Physics***Université de Sherbrooke, Canada*Advisor: Stefanos Kourtis

Co-advisor: Roger Melko- 2019 - 2020
**Master’s of Science in Physics***University of Waterloo, Canada*Advisor: Roger Melko

Perimeter Scholars International program- 2016 - 2019
**Bachelor’s of Science in Physics and Mathematics***Bishop’s University, Canada*Advisor: Valerio Faraoni

- 2023
**The Roots of Progress Fellowship**A ten-week writing fellowship for people wanting to immerse themselves in progress studies. The event site is here.

- 2022
**ComSciCon***MIT, U.S.*A three-day workshop for graduate students (and organized by graduate students) on science communication. The event site is here.

- 2021
**Complex Networks Winter Workshop (Virtual)***Vermont Complex Systems Center, U.S.*A week filled with researchers from many different fields talking everything networks related. The event site is here.

- 2021
**Los Alamos Quantum Computing Summer School (Virtual)***Los Alamos National Laboratory, U.S.*A ten-week fellowship consisting of a research project in quantum computing.

- 2020 - 2024
- FRQNT Doctoral Scholarship
- 2020 - 2023
- NSERC PGS-D Scholarship
- 2020
- Prize for Scientific Engagement (RECSUS) at the Université de Sherbrooke
- 2019 - 2020
- FRQNT Master Scholarship

- 2020
**Teaching Assistant**Modélisation de la matière quantique et calcul quantique (PHY745, a graduate course)

- 2013 - Now
**Tutor**Tutoring at the secondary level in mathematics and science

- 2022
**Diabatic Quantum Annealing for the Frustrated Ring Model**Jeremy Côté, Frédéric Sauvage, Martín Larocca, Matías Jonsson, Lukasz Cincio, and Tameem Albash

- 2022
**Qubit Vitrification and Entanglement Criticality on a Quantum Simulator**,*Nature Communications, 13, 7395*Jeremy Côté and Stefanos Kourtis

- 2022
**Entanglement phase transition with spin glass criticality**,*Physical Review Letters, 128, 240601*Jeremy Côté and Stefanos Kourtis

- 2020
**Turnaround radius in scalar-tensor gravity with quasilocal mass**,*Physical Review D, 102, 044002*Valerio Faraoni, Andrea Giusti, and Jeremy Côté

- 2020
**Do Solar System experiments constrain scalar-tensor gravity?**,*The European Physical Journal C, 80(2), 1-6*Valerio Faraoni, Jeremy Côté, and Andrea Giusti

- 2019
**Revisiting the conformal invariance of Maxwell’s equations in curved spacetime**,*General Relativity and Gravitation*Jeremy Côté, Valerio Faraoni, and Andrea Giusti

- 2019
**Spacetime mappings of the Brown–York quasilocal energy**,*The European Physical Journal C. 79, 678*Jeremy Côté, Marianne Lapierre-Léonard, and Valerio Faraoni

- 2019
**Quasilocal mass and multipole expansion in scalar-tensor gravity**,*Physical Review D. 100(8): 084015*Valerio Faraoni and Jeremy Côté

- 2019
**Scalar field as a null dust**,*The European Physical Journal C. 79, 318*Valerio Faraoni and Jeremy Côté

- 2019
**Two new approaches to the anomalous limit of Brans-Dicke theory to Einstein gravity**,*Physical Review D. 99(6): 064013*Valerio Faraoni and Jeremy Côté

- 2018
**Imperfect fluid description of modified gravities**,*Physical Review D. 98(8): 084019*Valerio Faraoni and Jeremy Côté

- Since 2016
- I write monthly essays on my blog that explore physics, mathematics, and being a scientist. I also write smaller pieces that touch on various aspects of research.
- Since 2018
- I publish three comics a week on my webcomic Handwaving, which showcases the humour of being a physicist. I’ve been drawing this webcomic since 2018, and it is one of my favourite ways of communicating science.

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