Daniel earned his PhD at the University of California, Santa Barbara where he worked on noise and readout in superconducting quantum bits. There, he measured the quantum state of a transmon qubit with speed and accuracy suitable for error corrected quantum computation [1]. Presently, he is part of the Quantum A.I. group at Google, where he continues to work on quantum state measurement hardware, software, and the underlying physics [2]. In addition to research, Daniel is interested in contributing to publicly accessible math, physics, and programming resources:

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