If you are interested in working with me, please read the relevant section of this page before getting in touch. You can learn more about my research via my website. In particular, you can get a feel for my current interests by looking at my recent papers and talks.
Opportunities may also be available to work with other QuICS Fellows.
I am currently seeking outstanding graduate students to work with me at the Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS). If you are interested in graduate study in quantum computing and you have a strong mathematical background, please consider applying to Maryland. You may apply through the following programs:
Program requirements and the application process are described at the above links. When applying, please indicate quantum computing as an area of interest and describe your background in this area.
You are welcome to email me to let me know of your interest, although this is not required. To be considered, you must apply directly through one of the relevant programs.
The Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS) offers Hartree Fellowships to outstanding postdoctoral researchers. To be considered for these positions, please consult the job posting on the QuICS website and follow the instructions there. You are welcome to contact me to indicate your interest, but applications must be made through QuICS.
The Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS) occasionally has positions available for undergraduate research projects on quantum information, usually during the summer. Candidates should have a strong mathematical background and ideally should have at least some basic exposure to quantum mechanics or quantum information. To be considered for a possible internship, you should send me a CV, undergraduate transcripts, and a short description of your interests and any previous research experience. You should also arrange to have at least two letters of reference sent directly to me. I typically evaluate candidates in February or March for the upcoming summer.