I am an Assistant Professor in the computer science department at the University of Chicago.
Previously, I held research positions at the University of California at Berkeley, advised by Umesh Vazirani, and in QuICS, at the University of Maryland/NIST.
I received my Ph.D. in computer science in the Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences and the Institute for Quantum Information and Matter at Caltech, co-advised by Alexei Kitaev and Chris Umans.
Focus Areas: Quantum Computation, Theoretical Computer Science
Labs & Groups
Theoretical Computer Science Group
The Theory group plays a fundamental role in connecting CS with physics, statistics, and other mathematical sciences.
EPiQC (Enabling Practical-Scale Quantum Computing)
A multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional NSF Expedition in Computing, led by UChicago, that spans quantum algorithms, software, and physical machines.