Physicist and Quantum Information Scientist in Princeton, New Jersey
I am a physicist and quantum information scientist with a background in quantum optics. I work at a national lab (aka an FFRDC) where I both engage in research and act as a trusted technical advisor for various government agencies.
I am also an Ambassador for The Optical Society (OSA). In my role as OSA Ambassador, I engage in outreach and mentorship to students and early career professionals within the optics and photonics community.
My primary area of research is studying the use of light for applications in quantum information science such as quantum communication, quantum computing, quantum cryptography, and quantum sensing.