Postdoctoral Scholar at Princeton University
I am a postdoctoral scholar at Princeton. I earned my PhD in Duncan Steel's lab at The University of Michigan in 2015 studying quantum dots (QDs) and particularly entanglement using QD spins and photons. I moved to Caltech in 2015 for a Postdoc in Jeff Kimble's lab coupling cold atoms to nanophotonic structures where I was promoted to a research scientist. I am currently at Princeton University working with Jeff Thompson trapping Yb atoms in optical tweezer arrays for quantum computation. You can find out more about my current and previous research here.