## Personal profile

### Research interests

I am a PhD candidate in Mathematics and Physics supervised by Dr Sergey Dolgov (Bath) and Dr Stephen Clark (Bristol). I am based in the Theoretical & Computational Physics group at Bath and collaborate closely with Prof. Dieter Jaksch's Quantum Systems Engineering group at the University of Oxford.

My research focuses on Matrix Product State (MPS) algorithms and their application to strongly-correlated quantum lattice systems, which arise in condensed matter physics. This involves writing parallelised code for the Tensor Network Theory (TNT) Library software suitable for use with high performance computing (HPC) systems (i.e. supercomputers).

Other interests include quantum information, quantum foundations, and physics education.

### Teaching interests

2018-19: Demonstrator for "Scientific Computing"

(3rd year Mathematics undergraduate module)

2017-18: Demonstrator for "Programming Skills for Mathematics & Physics"

(2nd year undergraduate module)

2017-18: Teaching assistant for "Mathematical Methods for Physics"

(2nd year Physics undergraduate module)

2016-17: Demonstrator for "Computational Physics B"

(3rd year Physics undergraduate module)

### Education/Academic qualification

Physics with Theoretical Physics, Master in Science, Imperial College London

2012 → 2016

Physics and Mathematics, CertHE, Birkbeck, University of London

2011 → 2012

### External positions

Associate of the Royal College of Science, Imperial College London

1 Aug 2016 → …### Keywords

- QC Physics
- QA76 Computer software
- LB2300 Higher Education