2355 East Mall
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4
My research at UBC is in the field of quantum computation and quantum information theory, under the supervision of Dr. Robert Raussendorf. I also work as a contractor for the Quantum Architecture Team at Xanadu, where I was a 2023 research resident. Broadly, I am interested in understanding the source of the computational speedup that quantum computers have over their classical counterparts and fault-tolerance. Specifically, I work on realizations of computational phases of matter on Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum (NISQ) devices, and topological and photonic quantum error correction.
I graduated with a BSc in Combined Honours in Physics and Mathematics (with distinction) from UBC in May 2022. My honours thesis was on algorithms for symmetry-protected MBQC experiments, supervised by Dr. Robert Raussendorf.
My CV can be found here.
Outside of research, I enjoy teaching and outreach (I used to coordinate the UBC Physics Circle). When I’m not thinking about physics, I like to spend my time bouldering, playing indie games, and listening to/playing music (you can find songs from my a cappella group Choral Reef here).