Vincent P. Su

PhD Candidate in Physics at UC Berkeley

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420B

South Hall Rd

Berkeley, CA

I’m a theoretical physicist studying quantum information and quantum gravity in Professor Raphael Bousso’s group. Most recently, I’ve been fascinated by thinking about how to use quantum computing to help tackle the black hole information paradox. I’m extremely grateful to be supported by the NSF.

Previously, I was at Stanford where I studied theoretical physics and computer science. While I was there, I did research at the intersection of machine learning and cosmology under Professor Risa Wechsler, interned at Google, co-taught “Python for Scientists”, and led the tutoring team at the Center for Teaching and Learning.

In my free time, I enjoy taking photographs, playing frisbee, and tweaking my text editor config.

news

Nov 27, 2021 Website is live! :tada:

selected publications

  1. PhysRevA
    Variational preparation of the thermofield double state of the Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev model
    Su, Vincent Paul
    Physical Review A 2021