I joined Newcastle University and the Joint Quantum Centre at the beginning of October 2017 as a Postdoctoral Research Associate, working on the electron quantum optics project with Clive Emary.
Previous to this, I completed my PhD at the University of Leeds in the theoretical physics group, where I worked on open quantum systems and quantum feedback with applications to quantum technology. This consisted of a wide range of applications of studying an optical cavity inside a quantum feedback loop, most notably including an entanglement-free quantum-enhanced metrology scheme.
My main research interests are in studying the dynamics of open quantum systems with applications in quantum technology. The complex dynamics of open quantum systems allows for many novel ways of obtaining a quantum-enhancement without the need for more experimentally difficult techniques and often give rise to unexpected behaviour.
For a list of publications, see my Google Scholar page.
Thesis: Quantum feedback for Quantum Technology available online.