Co-chair of Quantum Internet Research Group

Internet Research Task Force (IRTF)

Mar 2020 – Present
Co-chair of Quantum Internet Research Group at the IRTF whose aim is to address the question of how to design and build quantum networks.

Postdoctoral Researcher

QuTech, Delft University of Technology

Feb 2019 – Present Delft, Netherlands
Quantum Internet Alliance Postdoc developing software and network architecture for quantum networks with particular focus on end-to-end connectivity protocols and potential network operator use cases.

Software Engineer


Oct 2016 – Dec 2018 London, UK

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 Researcher

Department of Physics, University of Oxford

Oct 2012 – Sep 2016 Oxford, UK

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.

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A many-body atomic system coupled to quantized light is subject to weak measurement. Instead of coupling light to the on-site density, …

Trapping ultracold atoms in optical lattices enabled the study of strongly correlated phenomena in an environment that is far more …