I grew up in Los Angeles and studied Physics in the College of Creative Studies at UC Santa Barbara, graduating in 2012. Before coming to Yale as an NSF Graduate Research Fellow, I worked for 3 years under Andrew Cleland on microfluidic cell detection and sorting systems.
When not in the lab, I enjoy the outdoors and traveling all over the world, sometimes even flying myself and friends to exciting destinations.
I have worked on projects ranging from the magnetic field characterization of 3D cavities, to increasing cavity coherence, to direct quantum state transfer. I’ve been working on modular quantum systems that put it all together, particularly on enabling these modules to communicate between one another as part of a quantum network.