Brian Doolittle (They/Them) is 3rd year physics PhD student at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign where they research nonlocality in quantum networks. Before graduate school Brian worked as a software engineer at AthenaHealth developing clinical decision support systems and open standards for healthcare interoperability.
Quantum nonlocality is a puzzling phenomenon of the physical world that has technological advantages in distributed information processing and security. BellScenario.jl is an open-source package designed to help understand nonlocality and its advantages. It combines Polyhedra.jl and Convex.jl with state of the art polyhedral decomposition and optimization techniques. This poster will cover how Julia is leveraged to solve the computational problems behind nonlocality.