About Me

Hi, my name is Egor and I welcome you to my little corner of the internet. I love solving challenging problems with clever algorithms or using data analysis and visualization techniques to discover hidden meanings in numbers. I obtained my B.Sc. in Physics from University of Waterloo and then went on to complete my M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics at Brock University. Afterwards, I completed my postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Western Ontario, where I developed software and conducted research to solve problems in quantum chemistry. Currently, I'm a software developer and research scientist at Quantum Benchmark, working on software to characterize and mitigate errors in noisy quantum computers. I also offer consulting services in high-performance computing, dealing with hardware and software aspects of scientific modelling and simulations.

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Recent Updates

November 2019 We published a method for unified construction of Fermi, Pauli and exchange-correlation potentials.
August 2019 We examined the performance of TDDFT with exact exchange-correlation potentials and approximate kernels.
November 2018 We published a method to visualize atomic sizes and molecular shapes by using the Kohn-Sham potential.
October 2018 I joined the team at Quantum Benchmark.
September 2018 We published an assessment of density functionals using a pure-sampling quantum Monte Carlo method.
July 2018 We published a paper which describes the construction of Fermi potentials from electronic wave functions.
February 2018 Our last publication was selected to be a part of the 2017 Editors' Choice collection.
October 2017 We published a method to generate exact exchange-correlation potentials of two-electron systems.
November 2017 I gave a talk at the 33rd Symposium on Chemical Physics at the University of Waterloo.
June 2017 I presented a poster at the 29th Annual Workshop on Recent Developments in Electronic Structure at Princeton University.
February 2017 We published an improved algorithm for generating exchange-correlation potentials from electronic wave functions.
December 2016 We published a chapter discussing the advances in quantum Monte Carlo.
July 2016 We published a paper describing a key feature of our quantum Monte Carlo method.
May 2016 I gave a talk at the 99th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition in Halifax, NS.
May 2016 I joined the Staroverov Research Group.
January 2015 We published an article describing our new quantum Monte Carlo algorithm.