with Arielle Little and Vinay Ramasesh
This event has been postponed until Friday, December 7
Friday, December 7, 2018 at 6:30 PM at Scarlet City Espresso Bar
The weird and wonderful world of Quantum Materials
got hooked on physics research as a UC Berkeley undergrad while working on a large-scale experiment with the goal of trapping and measuring atomic antihydrogen. Now, as a graduate student in the Physics department, she works with smaller-scale experiments but on more complicated and messier physical systems. But really, she gets to play with lasers all day up at Lawrence Berkeley National lab. When not in the lab you can find her riding and racing bicycles all over California.
Exploring the physics of black holes with quantum computers
is a grad student at UC Berkeley working on realizing and optimizing small quantum processors, towards building a full-scale quantum computer. Before coming to Berkeley, Vinay was an undergraduate student at MIT where he worked on cooling atoms with lasers. When not working in the lab, Vinay enjoys playing music, frisbee, and tennis.