I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the group of Alexander Pines at the University of California Berkeley and the Lawerence Berkeley National Laboratory.
I received my Ph.D. in Sep '16 from MIT's Research Laboratory of Electronics and Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering, and the MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms. My thesis advisor was Paola Cappellaro.
Research interests: My primary interests are in the development of engineered quantum devices, including next generation nanoscale sensors, quantum simulators and non-invasive quantum-assisted imagers. Applications of my work include single molecule and nanoscale MRI, "hyperpolarization" for signal enhanced NMR, the development of solid-state spin gyroscopes and the quantum control of mesoscopic spin systems.
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Last modified: Dec '16