I completed my undergraduate studies in Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge, before moving to UCL for my PhD. My PhD was in the Computer Science department, as part of the 'Delivering Quantum Technologies' CDT. During my PhD I focused on the theory of universal Hamiltonians, including the connection between universality and complexity, and applications of universality to holography.
I joined the mathQI group as a Severo Ochoa postdoc in December 2021. I am continuing research into the interplay between quantum information and holography, as well as investigating problems in complexity theory, non-Markovianity and topological order.
Since 2023, I am a 2023 Bloch Fellow Postdoctoral Scholar at Stanford.