Abstract

My name is Christian Zielinski and I live in Düsseldorf, Germany. I work in IT as a Solution Architect, advise teams in Agile Project Management and explore applications of Quantum Computing. You can get in touch with me via LinkedIn.

I am an iSAQB Certified Professional for Software Architecture (CPSA-F), a Professional Scrum Master (PSM I & PSM II) and a Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO I).

I graduated with a PhD from the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. My research dealt with computational and theoretical aspects of novel lattice fermion formulations in Monte Carlo simulations of lattice gauge theories. My postgraduate studies also included a stay as a guest scientist at the University of Wuppertal, Germany.

Before that I finished my degree in physics with distinction at the Heidelberg University, Germany. During my studies I also spent a semester at the National University of Singapore, Singapore.


Computational Physics

Note that in lattice field theory the authors are traditionally ordered by name. Click on a thumbnail to view the corresponding paper. For more information please refer to my arXiv profile.

[10] Theoretical and Computational Aspects of New Lattice Fermion Formulations (PhD Thesis) Preview

[09] Theoretical and Computational Aspects of New Lattice Fermion Formulations (PhD Defense) Preview

[08] Staggered domain wall fermions Preview

[07] Spectral properties and chiral symmetry violations of (staggered) domain wall fermions in the Schwinger model Preview

[06] Simple QED- and QCD-like Models at Finite Density Preview

[05] Continuum limit of the axial anomaly and index for the staggered overlap Dirac operator: An overview Preview

[04] Computational efficiency of staggered Wilson fermions: A first look Preview

[03] Thirring model at finite density in $2+1$ dimensions with stochastic quantization Preview

[02] Thirring model at finite density in $0+1$ dimensions with stochastic quantization: Crosscheck with an exact solution Preview

[01] Entanglement Efficiencies in $\mathcal{PT}$-Symmetric Quantum Mechanics Preview


Software Engineering

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[02] Secure Multi-Party Computations: An Introduction Preview

[01] Concurrent Computations on Multicore Processors: Threads & Subprocesses (PyCon SG 2015) Preview