Curriculum Vitae


Personal details

Name
Jonathan Jones
Nationality
British
Place of Birth
UK

 





Address for correspondence:
Centre for Quantum Computation
Clarendon Laboratory
Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3PU UK
Telephone: +44 1865 272247
FAX: +44 1865 272400
Email: jonathan.jones@qubit.org

Current Position

Professional Affiliations and Awards

Education, Research and Teaching

1985-89
BA Chemistry (1st class), Corpus Christi College, Oxford. (Gibbs Prize for Chemistry, 1988.)
1989-92
DPhil Chemistry, St Johns College (North Senior Scholarship), Oxford. Supervised by Dr P. J. Hore. Thesis title: "Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Data-Processing Methods".
1992-93
Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford, with Prof. G. K. Radda.
1993-96
Junior Research Fellow, Merton College, Oxford; working with Prof. G. K. Radda.
1994-95
EPSRC/NATO Research Fellow, College of Chemistry, University of California at Berkeley, with Prof. A. Pines.
1995-97
Junior Research Fellow, Merton College, Oxford; working with Prof. C. M. Dobson at the Oxford Centre for Molecular Sciences. College Lecturer in Chemistry, Somerville College Oxford.
1997-98
Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Oxford Centre for Molecular Sciences. College Lecturer in Chemistry, Merton College Oxford.
1998-2002
Royal Society University Research Fellow, Oxford Centre for Quantum Computation, and Research Fellow at Corpus Christi College Oxford. College Lecturer in Chemistry, Somerville College Oxford.
2002-2003
Royal Society University Research Fellow, Oxford Centre for Quantum Computation, and Fellow and Tutor in Physics at Brasenose Collge Oxford.
2003-
University Lecturer in Atomic and Laser Physics, Oxford Centre for Quantum Computation, and Fellow and Tutor in Physics at Brasenose Collge Oxford.
2006-
Title of Professor of Physics
2004-
Hed of Physics Teaching Faculty

Research Grants

  1. Royal Society, 29K over 54 months.
  2. Starlab (Riverland NV, Belgium), 25,000 Euro over 12 months (with A. Ekert).
  3. Coordinator, JIF application for "Centre for Quantum Information Processing", 774K over 36 months (with 7 others).
  4. EPSRC application for "Development of a new approach for NMR Quantum Computation using 'pure' spin states derived from para-hydrogen", 176K over 24 months (with 3 others).
  5. BBSRC/EPSRC application for "600 MHz spectrometer for studies of protein folding, quantum information processing, and plant physiology", 1393K over 36 months (with 5 others).

Publications

I have 76 published papers in the scientific literature (more than 4200 citations with a h-index of 32 and a w-index of 9), have written two books and contributed chapters to several more, and have presented my work at many national and international conferences.

Public understanding of science

I have delivered public lectures on quantum information processing at a wide range of public meetings and have been interviewed for the TV programme Soul Searching broadcast on Channel 4.

Consulting and related work

I have delivered lectures and seminars on the implications of classical and quantum information processing in e-commerce for Barclays Bank and Visa International. I can be contacted via Oxford University Consulting.

References

Names and addresses of referees are available on request.