Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
B.S. Electrical Engineering and Physics, Northeastern University 2016
My current research interests focus on the study of microscopic sources of decoherence in superconducting qubits. Using finite element modeling tools and superconducting circuit solvers, I have developed simulation frameworks to further study two level systems and other phenomenological descriptions of noise in a more parameterized form. Apart from my direct contributions to the noise modeling effort, I maintain an interest in the fundamental dynamics of superconducting resonators and bright entangled microwave photon sources relevant to both astrophysical detectors and quantum communication applications.