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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 study aspects of black holes. I am also excited by taking ideas from quantum gravity and seeing what they can teach us about quantum information more generally.
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.
|Jul 8, 2022||Gave a presentation on wormhole inspired teleportation at GGI|
|May 29, 2022||Ursa Major makes it to College Nationals for Frisbee|
Discovery of Optimal Quantum Error Correcting Codes via Reinforcement LearningMay 2023
Towards Quantum Gravity in the Lab on Quantum ProcessorsMay 2022
Variational preparation of the thermofield double state of the Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev modelPhys. Rev. A 2021
The Quantum Entropy Cone of HypergraphsSciPost Phys. 2020