I am a theoretical physicist, specializing in quantum information and quantum computation. I received my B.A. in physics from Williams College in 2017. In 2018, I will begin graduate study at Tufts University.
I currently study quantum computing, a computational paradigm that exploits the fundamental nature of small systems to efficiently perform tasks that are unfeasible by classical computation. I have also investigated methods for quantifying entanglement in pairs and triples of qubits, and dabbled in foundational theory.