Khrystyna Gnatenko

Fellow 2023/2024

Physics

Professor Ivan Vakarchuk Department for Theoretical Physics, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv

Volkswagen Stiftung

khrystyna.gnatenko@gmail.com

Bio

(14.VII.1991, Zolochiv, Lviv region) — theoretical physicist, PhD (One and many-particle problems in noncommutative space, 2016, Supervisor Prof. Tkachuk V. M.) DSc (Effect of space quantization on the properties of classical and quantum systems, 2020, Supervisor Prof. Tkachuk V. M.). Graduated from Faculty of Physics, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (2013, Master of Physics), Orchestral Faculty, Mykola Lysenko Lviv National Music Academy (2012, Master of music arts, violin). In 2013–2016 PhD student, 2016–2017 assistant, 2017–2022 docent, from 2021 Quantum computing research advisor at SoftServe (part-time work); from 2022 Professor of the Department for Theoretical Physics at Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. From February 2020 guarantor of Bachelor’s educational programme “Quantum computers and quantum programming” at the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.

2018-2020, 2021-2023 leader of scientific projects for yang scientists from the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine; 2021 – Prize of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine for scientific work “Description of the space quantization using deformed algebras with the preservation of fundamental physical principles and the upper bound for the quantum of length”; 2018 – 2020, 2020 – 2022 Stipendium of Government of Ukraine for young researches; 2019 – Presidents of Ukraine grant for research “Fundamental problems of quantized space theory”; 2018 – Presidents of Ukraine grant for research “Physical systems in quantum space”; 2016 – Prize of President of Ukraine for scientific work “Physical systems and their evolution from the Planck scale up to the scale of the Universe” (authors M. M. Stetsko O. M. Sergijenko, A. R. Kuzmak, Kh. P. Gnatenko).

Research interests: quantum information and quantum computers, fundamental problems of quantum mechanics; quantized space; deformed Heisenberg, zeros of the partition function.

Studies of the Graph Properties with Programming on Quantum Computers

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