I’m a student in Applied Physics at Yale and work in the Devoret Lab on bosonic error correction for quantum computing. I’m interested in the software/hardware interface: both in computational approaches to architecture design and in algorithms for NISQ hardware.

Previously, I’ve also worked on molecular Bose-Einstein condensates for quantum simulation.

Before that, I dropped out of undergrad to start FamilyLeaf (Y Combinator W12). Later, I joined the early team at Tilt (acquired by Airbnb), where I launched Tilt Pro and led the data engineering and B2B platform teams.