Roberto Antonio Zamora Zamora

T304 Dept. Applied Physics

Roberto A Zamora-Zamora is a researcher in Physics and Scientist in continuous training who works within fields like many-body quantum theory, computational physics and Topological effects on quantum systems, all consider to be fundamentals research areas of the next era of technology, mainly based on quantum physics: ultracold quantum gases, quantum computing and quantum matter. Roberto considers that be a good researcher has a lower social impact than to be a good Scientist, since a scientist has a broader view no limited by the research-publications loop. As researcher Roberto furthermore of a strong theoretical background in physic and mathematics, has worked and learned from areas like computer science, admin of computing servers, 3D computer graphics and high performance computing.

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  • Quantum Computing and Devices, Visitor (Faculty)


Observation of an Alice ring in a Bose–Einstein condensate

Alina Blinova, Roberto Zamora-Zamora, Tuomas Ollikainen, Markus Kivioja, Mikko Möttönen, David S. Hall 2023 Nature Communications

Evolution and decay of an Alice ring in a spinor Bose-Einstein condensate

Markus Kivioja, Roberto Zamora-Zamora, Alina Blinova, Sanna Mönkölä, Tuomo Rossi, Mikko Möttönen 2023 PHYSICAL REVIEW RESEARCH

Single-domain Bose condensate magnetometer achieves energy resolution per bandwidth below ħ

Silvana Palacios Alvarez, Pau Gomez, Simon Coop, Roberto Zamora-Zamora, Chiara Mazzinghi, Morgan W. Mitchell 2022 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Topologically protected vortex knots and links

Toni Annala, Roberto Zamora-Zamora, Mikko Möttönen 2022 Communications Physics

Intrinsic decoherence and recurrences in a large ferromagnetic f = 1 spinor bose–einstein condensate

Juan Carlos Sandoval-Santana, Roberto Zamora-Zamora, Rosario Paredes, Victor Romero-Rochín 2021 SYMMETRY