Álvaro Yángüez Bachiller, originally from Madrid, Spain, holds a BSc degree in Physics from Universidad Complutense of Madrid. Continuing his education, he pursued the MSc Quantum Science and Technology program jointly offered by Technische Universität München (TUM) and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU). During this period, Álvaro specialized in Quantum Information Theory, and his Master’s Thesis, titled “Quantum Tomography under Homogeneous Markovian Evolutions,” was conducted under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Michael Wolf. Additionally, he worked in Prof. Dr. Holger Boche’s research group, focusing on the Entanglement-Assisted Remote State Estimation problem.
In October 2023, Álvaro relocated to Paris, joining the LIP6: QI group. Under the supervision of Alex Bredariol Grilo and Eleni Diamanti, he is currently pursuing his Doctoral Thesis on “Quantum-Enhanced Secure Multiparty Computing.” The primary objective of his research project is to develop efficient quantum-safe functionalities by incorporating quantum subroutines into PQC schemes.