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Employment History
 Defence Science & Technology Group Mar. 2005 – Present
Defence Research Scientist Working in support of the Australian Collins Class Submarines
and the Future Submarine Program
 Working in support of the Australian Collins Class Submarines

Adept Electronic Solutions Nov. 2004 – Feb. 2005
Scientific consultant & Programmer Extended the development of an Online Ore Sizing System,
a noncontact vision inspection system used to automatically determine the size distribution of ore on a conveyor
 Extended the development of an Online Ore Sizing System,

University of Cambridge Oct. 2002 – Oct. 2004
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Quantum Information Science Investigated the fundamental concept of quantum entanglement
 Lectured to 2^{nd} and 3^{rd} year Cambridge computer science students
 Collaborated with researchers at MIT and CalTech in USA
 Presented work at a number of national and international conferences

University of Queensland 1999 – 2002
Teaching Assistant Wrote tutorials for both physics and engineering students
 Managed a team of ten tutors
 Marked examination questions for over 600 engineering and physics students

Murdoch University 1997 – 1998
Undergraduate Tutor Mathematics tutor in a number of undergraduate courses

Wesley College 1994 – 1997
Secondary School Tutor Tutored a wide range of year levels in both mathematics and physics
Education
 University of Queensland 1999 – 2002
PhD, Physics (Small scale quantum algorithms) The field of quantum computation is at the
cuttingedge of modern science  Combined physics, computer science and mathematics
 Procured over $80,000 in scholarships, grants and awards, including;
 The field of quantum computation is at the

Murdoch University 1994 – 1998
BSc (Honours 1^{st} Class) Double major in mathematics & statistics and applied computational physics
 Received ViceChancellor’s Commendation for Academic Excellence
 Received prizes for being the top 3^{rd} year student in both physics and mathematics

All Saints’ College 1988 – 1993
Secondary School Graduated with straight A’s in:
Economics, Physics, Chemistry, English Literature, Calculus, Trig & Geo  Obtained a scholarship to attend Murdoch University
 Graduated with straight A’s in:
Publications
Refereed articles and conference proceedings – 12 papers (368 citations)
 [12]

Using
a singleboard microcontroller and ADC to perform realtime sonar signal
processing.
Ben Travaglione.
In Proceedings of ACOUSTICS 2016, 2016.  [11]

High
resolution undersea acoustic data acquisition using singleboard
microcontrollers.
Ben Travaglione, Andrew Munyard, and David Matthews.
In Australian Acoustical Society Acoustics 2015 Hunter Valley,
2015.  [10]

Using
low cost singleboard microcontrollers to record underwater acoustical
data.
Ben Travaglione, Andrew Munyard, and David Matthews.
In 43rd International Congress on Noise Control Engineering,
2014.
(5 citations).  [9]

Ultrawide sensor arcs for
low frequency sonar detection with a baffled cylindrical array.
Derek C. Bertilone, Chaoying Bao, Ben C.
Travaglione, and Damien S. Killeen.
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America,
126(5):EL107EL111, 2009.  [8]

Quantum separability
and entanglement detection via entanglementwitness search and global
optimization.
L.M. Ioannou and B.C. Travaglione.
Physical Review A, 73(5):52314, 2006.
(quantph/0602223).  [7]

Improved algorithm
for quantum separability and entanglement detection.
LM Ioannou, BC Travaglione, D. Cheung, and AK Ekert.
Physical Review A, 70(6):60303, 2004.
(quantph/0403041).  [6]

Designing and implementing
small quantum circuits and algorithms.
Ben Travaglione.
In DAC ’03: Proceedings of the 40th annual Design Automation
Conference, pages 894899, New York, NY, USA, 2003. ACM.  [5]

Preparing encoded
states in an oscillator.
BC Travaglione and GJ Milburn.
Physical Review A, 66(5):52322, 2002.
(quantph/0205114).  [4]

Readonlymemorybased
quantum computation: Experimental explorations using nuclear magnetic
resonance and future prospects.
DR Sypher, IM Brereton, HM Wiseman, BL Hollis, and BC
Travaglione.
Physical Review A, 66(1):12306, 2002.  [3]

Rombased computation: Quantum
versus classical.
B.C. Travaglione, M.A. Nielsen, H.M. Wiseman, and
A. Ambainis.
Quantum Information and Computation, 2(4):324332, 2002.
(quantph/0109016).  [2]

Implementing the
quantum random walk.
BC Travaglione and GJ Milburn.
Physical Review A, 65(3):32310, 2002.
(quantph/0109076).  [1]

Generation of
eigenstates using the phaseestimation algorithm.
BC Travaglione and GJ Milburn.
Physical Review A, 63(3):32301, 2001.
(quantph/0008053).
Miscellaneous
 [5]

Transmitterreceiver separation for multistatic sonar.
B.C. Travaglione and T. Forward.
Technical Note DSTOTN0735, Defence Science & Technology
Organisation, 2007.
(2 citations).  [4]

Effectiveness of barrier patrol patterns when using a towed array sonar.
B.C. Travaglione.
Technical Note DSTOTN0734, Defence Science & Technology
Organisation, 2007.  [3]

Convex separation from optimization via heuristics.
L.M. Ioannou, B.C. Travaglione, and D. Cheung.
(cs/0603089).(1
citations), 2006.  [2]

A Note on Quantum Separability.
LM Ioannou and BC Travaglione.
(quantph/0311184).
2003.  [1]

Phase estimation as a quantum nondemolition measurement.
BC Travaglione, GJ Milburn, and TC Ralph.
(quantph/0203130).(3 citations), 2002.
Scientific & Technical Skills
 Advanced analytical, mathematical and problem solving abilities
 Broad knowledge of physics and mathematics gained through research, teaching and tertiary education
 Experienced at attaining funding through procurement of grants, scholarships and awards
 Excellent communication skills developed from lecturing, tutoring, presenting seminars and collaborating with national and international researchers
 Organizational skills developed from running courses, seminars and workshops
 Writing skills developed from producing reports, published papers, and theses
Computer Skills
OS  :  Windows, Linux, Unix, Chrome OS, Android 
Languages  :  C++, python, HTML, php, Perl, SQL, JavaScript, Various BASIC dialects, … 
Packages  :  Matlab, Jupyter, Mathematica, L^{A}T_{E}X, Google Docs, MS Office, git, … 