I'm a master's student at Princeton studying quantum information and computer theory. I design cryptographic schemes for quantum computers that provide greater security than we could ever achieve with classical computers alone.
I earned my bachelor's in electrical engineering with a minor in applied & computational math (Princeton 2019). My undergrad thesis advisor was Mark Zhandry. As an undergrad, I explored broadly in engineering and math, and this helped me hone the question that motivates my work: I am curious how can we design algorithms and cryptographic schemes to take advantage of unusual physics or devices.