Sabre Kais Group

Quantum Information and Quantum Computation

Sabre Kais

Sabre Kais

Education

2010 - Present: Professor of Physics, (Courtesy Appointment) Purdue University

2005 - Present: Professor of Computer Science, (Courtesy Appointment) Purdue University

2002 - Present: Professor of Chemical Physics, Department of Chemistry, Purdue University

2013 - 2016:  Research Director of the Theory Group, Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute (QUEERI)

1999 - 2002: Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Purdue University

1994 - 1999: Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Purdue University

1989 - 1994: Research Associate, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology Harvard University with Prof. Dudley R. Herschbach

1984 - 1989: Ph.D. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Adviser: Professor R.D. Levine and M. Cohen, Thesis Topic: An Algebraic Approach to Calculate Atomic and Molecular Properties

1983 - 1984: M. Sc. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Adviser: Professor M. Cohen, Thesis Topic: Atoms in Strong Magnetic Fields: Peturbation Theory Approach

1979 - 1983: B. Sc. Hebrew University of Jerusalem


Recognitions

2014 Editorial Board of Scientific Reports

2013 Research Director of the Theory Group at QEERI

2013 External Research Professor at Santa Fe Institute

2012 Sigma Xi Research Award 

2010 - Present: Professor of Physics (Courtesy Appointment) Purdue 

2010 - Present: Visiting Professor Program, King Saud University 

2010 Editorial Board of Papers in Physics 

2008 Editorial Board of Molecular Physics

2007 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 

"For Outstanding creative contribution to theoretical chemistry, particularly the development of a finite size scaling approach to calculate quantum critical parameters for atomic, molecular and quantum dot systems"

 

2006 Fellow of the American Physical Society

"For the development of a finite size scaling approach to calculate quantum critical parameters for atomic, molecular and quantum dot systems"

 

2005 - Present: Professor of Computer Science (Courtesty Appointment) Purdue

2005 Guggenheim Fellowship Award, 2005

"Studies in finite size scaling theory"

 

2004 -2009 Purdue University Faculty Scholar

2000 Forchheimer Fellowship

1998 National Science Foundation - CAREER

1985 Landau Prize, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

1983 Farkash Prize, Hebrew University of Jerusalem