Research
My research interests span many aspects of quantum information, quantum computing, and mathematical physics. Current areas of focus include adiabatic quantum computation, quantum sensor networks, quantum information geometry, and quantum algorithms for nuclear theory.
Papers
 "Protocols for estimating multiple functions with quantum sensor networks: geometry and performance."
J Bringewatt, I Boettcher, P Niroula, P Bienias, A V Gorshkov
Preprint. (2021), [arXiv:2104.09540]
 "Optimal measurement of field properties with quantum sensor networks."
T Qian, J Bringewatt, I Boettcher, P Bienias, A V Gorshkov
Phys. Rev. A (Letter) 103, L030601 (2021), [arXiv:2011.01259]
 "Confronting lattice parton distributions with global QCD analysis."
J Bringewatt, N Sato, W Melnitchouk, J Qiu, F Steffens, M Constantinou
Phys. Rev. D. 103, 016003 (2021), [arXiv:2010.00548]
 "Effective gaps are not effective: quasipolynomial classical simulation of obstructed stoquastic Hamiltonians."
J Bringewatt, M Jarret
Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 170504 (2020), [arXiv:2004.08681]
 "Polynomial time algorithms for estimating spectra of adiabatic Hamiltonians."
J Bringewatt, W Dorland, SP Jordan
Phys. Rev. A 100 (3), 032336 (2019), [arXiv:1905.07461]
Editors' Suggestion.
 "Diffusion Monte Carlo approach versus adiabatic computation for local Hamiltonians."
J Bringewatt, W Dorland, SP Jordan, A Mink
Phys. Rev. A 97 (2), 022323 (2018), [arXiv:1709.03971]
 "Study of radon reduction in gases for rare event search experiments."
K Pushkin, C Akerlof, D Anbajagane, J Armstrong, M Arthurs, J Bringewatt, T Edberg, C Hall, M Lei, R Raymond, M Reh, D Saini, A Sander, J Schaefer, D Seymour, N Swanson, Y Wang, W Lorenzon
Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res., Sect. A 903, 267276 (2018), [arXiv:1805.11306]
