Dr Anders arrived at the University of Exeter in 2013 and now leads Exeter’s Quantum Non-Equilibrium group, a research group working on topics in quantum thermodynamics, statistical physics and quantum information theory.
In 2015 Dr Anders was awarded the UK Institute of Physics Bates prize
- fluctuating work in the quantum regime
- quantum thermodynamics experiments with levitated nanospheres and superconducting qubits
- thermodynamic work associated with quantum coherences
- non-equilibrium temperatures of levitated nanospheres
- ancilla-driven quantum computation
- measurement-based quantum computation
- thermal state entanglement of quantum many-body systems
- tomographic quantum cryptography
- since 2014: Senior Lecturer, University of Exeter
- 2013 – 2014: Royal Society research fellow and Lecturer, University of Exeter
- 2009 – 2013: Royal Society research fellow, University College London
- 2007 – 2009: Postdoc, Quantum Information group, University College London
- 2004 – 2007: PhD student and Research Scholar, Quantum Information group, National University of Singapore
- Chair of European COST network MP1209 Thermodynamics in the quantum regime, involving more than 300 researchers in 32 countries.
- Referee for grants in the UK (Royal Society, EPSRC), the EU (ERC) and other international research councils.
- Member of the Editorial Board of the New Journal of Physics.
- Referee for PRX, PRL, PRA, Science, J Phys A, Nature, Nature Nanotechnology, Nature Communications.