Contact Info
Office
JCL 291

Advisor: Bill Fefferman

I’m a graduate student in quantum computing at the University of Chicago, advised by Bill Fefferman. I focus on quantum complexity theory and rigorous understanding of the power of near-term quantum algorithms. I previously worked as a software engineer and did my undergrad at UC Berkeley.

Research

Theory

The mathematical foundations of computation, including algorithm design, complexity and logic

News & Events

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Group From UChicago CS To Present Four Papers at Most Prestigious International Quantum Conference

Jan 09, 2024
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First-Year PhD Student Co-Authors Outstanding Paper Award Winner at TQC 2022

Apr 28, 2022
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