I am a first year Computer Science PhD candidate at Princeton University in Professor Margaret Martonosi’s group. Currently, I am working on optimization of quantum system control to improve hardware reliability.
Previously, I worked with Professor Jungsang Kim at Duke University on ion trapping experiments. Ion trapping requires stable frequency laser sources for surface trapping and laser cooling purposes. I designed an auto-balanced circuit that produced optimal error signals to lock the laser frequency and eliminated slow drifts in laser frequencies. This project reached optimal performance in terms of laser frequency fluctuations due to other mechanisms for frequency instability dominating below this threshold.
I also previously worked with James B. Duke Professor Alfred Goshaw at Duke University in the field of high energy physics. I helped analyze the Run II data from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) to help discover new laws of physics. I proposed the novel concept of a helicity frame to reveal the reasons behind the observed low detector efficiency. I presented the results at the 2017 American Physics Society Division of Particles and Fields annual meeting and published as first author at the conference proceedings.
I am a member of the Sigma Pi Sigma physics honor society. Outside of research and academics, I am a huge fan of basketball and love to travel.
PhD in Computer Science, Present
BSc in Physics, 2018
BSc in Computer Science, 2018