PhD Researcher




I am Eliot Niedercorn, a Belgian native and grew up in Brussels.

I have recently completed my academic journey in my hometown at the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), where I earned a bachelor's degree in civil engineering, specializing in physics and a master's degree in physics engineering, specializing in quantum technologies.

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Research Interests

Explore the possibilities of AI in the service of intellectual property, as well as the challenges of AI in relation to intellectual property.

Master Thesis

"Shift basis distinguishability using time-delocalized realization of the Lugano process (2023)

I did my master's thesis in quantum causality which is a fundamental field that addresses the discordance between general relativity and quantum mechanics by reinterpreting the fixed causal structure of quantum mechanics, which is incompatible with general relativity.

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Updated on January 5, 2024