Daan Camps

Daan Camps

Postdoctoral scholar in computational mathematics

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Biography

I am a Postdoctoral researcher working in the Scalable Solvers Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on matrix and tensor decomposition techniques for quantum computing.

I obtained my PhD in Computer Science from KU Leuven where I worked on pole swapping methods for eigenvalue problems.

Interests

  • Numerical Linear Algebra
  • Quantum Computing
  • Complex Network Analysis

Education

  • PhD in Computer Science, 2019

    KU Leuven

  • MSc in Mathematical Engineering, 2013

    KU Leuven

  • MSc in Astronomy, 2011

    KU Leuven

  • BSc in Physics, 2010

    UHasselt

Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Postdoctoral Scholar

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Nov 2019 – Present Berkeley, California
Researching numerical (multi)linear algebra for quantum computing
 
 
 
 
 

PhD Researcher

KU Leuven, Department of Computer Science

Sep 2015 – Sep 2019 Leuven, Belgium

Dissertation: Pole swapping methods for the eigenvalue problem — Rational QR algorithms

  • Researched rational Krylov methods for (generalized) eigenvalue problems

  • Supervised exercise sessions on numerical mathematics for BSc in Engineering students

 
 
 
 
 

Project engineer

IPCOS

Aug 2013 – Sep 2015 Leuven, Belgium
Data-driven modeling for the upstream industry

Recent & Upcoming Talks

Berkeley Lab Seminar

Abstract and slides for Berkeley Lab seminar.

ICIAM 2019

Abstract and slides for ICIAM 2019 presentation.

Recent Publications

On pole-swapping algorithms for the eigenvalue problem

This article studies a convergence theory applicable to all pole-swapping methods. It proposes a backward stable algorithm to compute a pole swap in finite precision.

Quantum Fourier Transform Revisited

An introduction to the quantum Fourier transform from a matrix analysis perspective that provides an alternative derivation of the algorithm.

Contact

  • 1 Cyclotron Road, Berkeley, CA 94720
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