PhD, Mathematics, Tulane University
MS, Statistics, Tulane University
AB, Mathematics, Harvard University
I study problems in quantum information theory with a probability and statistics viewpoint. I have developed new statistical methods for analyzing experiments in quantum physics and new protocols for device-independent random number generation. My interests also include the geometric structure of probability distributions arising in quantum mechanics and the phenomenon of multipartite nonlocality. Feel free to contact me about any potential openings for graduate students and/or postdoctoral researchers.