I'm an incoming Assistant Professor at MSU-Q (Fall 2023) and a postdoctoral scientist in the Computational Quantum Science Lab at EPFL.
In 2022, I received a PhD in Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering from Michigan State University along with an Engineering Distinguished Fellowship, Fitch H. Beach Award for Outstanding Graduate Research, and NASA Space Technology Graduate Research Fellowship.
In 2017, I received a B.S. with Distinction in Physics & Mathematics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
I do research in computational physics and quantum information science. I'm interested in both the physics of computation and the computation of physics - that is, what quantum physics can tell us about information and computer science, and how quantum computers can solve practical problems in physics and related fields.