Tutorial posts on physics, machine learning, and related topics
Tutorial on HMC, which uses Hamiltonian dynamics to efficiently sample from high-dimensional distributions
Notes on the 2018 paper Adversarial Spheres, which shows how adversarial examples may be inevitable given an imperfect, high-dimensional classifier
Uses basic results from undergraduate quantum and statistical mechanics classes to explore the Gaussian Orthogonal Ensemble, one of the canonical probability distributions studied in random matrix theory.
A tutorial notebook written for fellow experimentalists in quantum information to explore some properties of random quantum states.
I am a physics PhD student in Berkeley, CA, working on building quantum processors out of superconducting qubits. At Berkeley, I work in the Quantum Nanoelectronics Lab under the guidance of Dr. Irfan Siddiqi. I received my Master’s studying ultracold atoms with Dr. Martin Zwierlein at MIT.
MEng in Electrical Engineering, 2013
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
SB in Physics, Electrical Engineering, 2012
Massachusetts Institute of Technology