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Federico Serrano

I obtained my M.Sc. degree in Theoretical Physics from Universidad Nacional de Colombia in 2020, where I completed a project that related the effective theory of inflation with Supergravity from both a top-down and bottom-up approach. Afterwards, I worked in the industry as a consultant for several financial institutions in Sao Paulo and Houston.

Currently, I am a Ph.D. student at Washington State University, where I work with Professor Qingze Guan to study the dynamics of ultracold atoms and Bose-Einstein condensates. Our work stems from simulations and analytical descriptions of quantum effects at zero temperature.

Throughout my journey in science, industry, and research, I have found that one core idea underlies every single description of Nature: Symmetries. My main interest is to make sense (at least to myself) of this inherent relationship between Symmetries, information, and interactions.

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Federico Serrano

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