I am a Quantum Network Engineer at QuTech at the Delft University of Technology. I am a software architect and developer working on various quantum network research and engineering projects within QuTech such as the Quantum Internet Alliance funded by the European Union’s Quantum Flagship program or the CAT 2: Quantum network programme led by Quantum Delta NL.
I did my MSci in Theoretical Quantum Physics at the University of Cambridge and my PhD in Atomic and Laser Physics at the University of Oxford. However, after graduating from Oxford I decided to change track and I worked as a software engineer for two years in the network software team at Metaswitch. This has placed me in the unusual position of having experience in both computer networking and quantum physics which is how I ended up at QuTech. I then worked as a postdoctoral researcher in Stephanie Wehner’s group for two years before moving to my current position. Through my brief stint in industry I have also acquired an interest in purely classical topics such as software-defined networking and programming languages like Rust.
DPhil in Atomic and Laser Physics, 2016
University of Oxford
MSci in Theoretical Quantum Physics, 2012
University of Cambridge
Software engineer working on the Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) for the Metaswitch layer 2 and layer 3 (IP and MPLS) control plane as part of the network software team.
Lead for C++ education and adoption within the network software team.
DPhil student working on theoretical research on the competition between weak quantum measurement and many-body dynamics in ultracold bosonic gases.
Tutor for atomic physics and mathematics to physics undergraduate students.
Trapping ultracold atoms in optical lattices enabled the study of strongly correlated phenomena in an environment that is far more …