Mirko Consiglio

PhD student

Mirko read for a BSc in mathematics and physics at the University of Malta. He is also currently reading for a PhD in physics at the University of Malta, with a thesis on hybrid quantum–classical algorithms and their applications on current noisy intermediate-scale quantum computers.

Mirko's research interests are quantum computation, quantum information, quantum entanglement and mathematical optimization.

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  1. Mirko Consiglio; Variational Quantum Algorithms for Gibbs State Preparation; 2023; arXiv: 2305.17713.

  2. Mirko Consiglio, Jacopo Settino, Andrea Giordano, Carlo Mastroianni, Francesco Plastina, Salvatore Lorenzo, Sabrina Maniscalco, John Goold, and Tony J. G. Apollaro; Variational Gibbs State Preparation on NISQ devices; 2023; arXiv: 2303.11276.

  3. Tony J G Apollaro, Salvatore Lorenzo, Farancesco Plastina, Mirko Consiglio, Karol Życzkowski; Entangled States Are Harder to Transfer than Product States; Entropy; 2023; 25(1):46; https://doi.org/10.3390/e25010046.

  4. Mirko Consiglio, Tony J. G. Apollaro, and Marcin Wieśniak; Variational approach to the quantum separability problemPhysical Review A 106.6 (2022).

  5. Tony J G Apollaro, Salvatore Lorenzo, Francesco Plastina, Mirko Consiglio, and Karol Życzkowski; Quantum transfer of interacting qubitsNew Journal of Physics 24.8 (2022).

  6. Salvatore Lorenzo, Francesco Plastina, Mirko Consiglio, and Tony J. G. Apollaro; Quantum Map Approach to Entanglement Transfer and Generation in Spin ChainsEntanglement in Spin Chains: From Theory to Quantum Technology Applications; Ed. by Abolfazl Bayat, Sougato Bose, and Henrik Johannesson; Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2022, pp. 321–340.

  7. Mirko Consiglio, Wayne J Chetcuti, Carlos Bravo-Prieto, Sergi Ramos-Calderer, Anna Minguzzi, José I Latorre, Luigi Amico, and Tony J G Apollaro; Variational quantum eigensolver for SU(N) fermionsJournal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 55.26 (2022).

  8. Mirko Consiglio, Louis Zammit Mangion, and Tony J G, Apollaro; The Role of Localizable Concurrence in Quantum Teleportation ProtocolsInternational Journal of Quantum Information 19.05 (2021).