Marcelo M. Amaral got his PhD in physics from UERJ at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2015 working with quantum field theory on the problem of confinement in Yang Mills theory. He then conducted postdoc work at Penn State University at State College US working on the problem of time in quantum gravity. Before earning his PhD, Marcelo worked in Brazil on different social projects with a focus in open knowledge and free software. He has experience and interest in quantum field theory and quantum gravity.

#### Publications

##### 2022

- Algebraic Morphology of DNA–RNA Transcription and Regulation
- Fricke Topological Qubits
- DNA Sequence and Structure under the Prism of Group Theory and Algebraic Surfaces
- Exploiting Anyonic Behavior of Quasicrystals for Topological Quantum Computing
- Character Varieties and Algebraic Surfaces for the Topology of Quantum Computing

##### 2021

- On the Emergence of Spacetime and Matter from Model Sets
- Group Theory of Syntactical Freedom in DNA Transcription and Genome Decoding
- Graph Coverings for Investigating Non Local Structures in Proteins, Music and Poems
- Quantum Information in the Protein Codes, 3-manifolds and the Kummer Surface
- Geometric State Sum Models from Quasicrystals
- Finite Groups for the Kummer Surface: the Genetic Code and a Quantum Gravity Analogy

##### 2020

- Complete Quantum Information in the DNA Genetic Code
- Informationally complete characters for quark and lepton mixings
- Aspects of aperiodicity and randomness in theoretical physics
- Quantum computation and measurements from an exotic space-time R4
- The Self–Simulation Hypothesis Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

##### 2019

- Holographic Code Rate
- Group geometrical axioms for magic states of quantum computing
- Quantum Gravity at the Fifth Root of Unity
- Quantum computing, Seifert surfaces and singular fibers

##### 2018

- On the Poincaré Group at the 5th Root of Unity A code theoretic particle physics model from lower dimensional representations of Lie groups
- Quantum Computing with Bianchi Groups
- Universal Quantum Computing and Three-Manifolds