Jeremy Côté

Bits, ink, particles, and words.

A Quantum Summer

After spending a long time on my PhD projects during the past year, I wanted to break away from them and work on something new. That’s why I applied to the Los Alamos Quantum Computer Summer School (I’ll call it QCSS now). The summer school was in its fourth edition, and was virtual like the one last year.

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The SATisfying Physics of Phase Transitions

For the past few months, I’ve been thinking about the following equation.

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The Clarity of Brevity

As a writer, I’ve spent a lot of time crafting sentences and paragraphs. Writing a sentence is easy. Writing a sentence that communicates the idea in your mind to another is much more challenging. The translation from mind to words to mind again is lossy.

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Building Blocks

If I ask you what comes to mind when you think of physics, what would you answer?

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