I have been an IQIM postdoctoral scholar in Oskar Painter's group at Caltech since September 2017. My current research focuses on utilizing nanoscale photonic and phononic structures to realize optical interfaces and coherent quantum memories for superconducting quantum circuits.
I completed my PhD in Mikhail Lukin's group at Harvard in 2017. During my PhD, I studied the electronic and optical properties of silicon-vacancy (SiV) centers in diamond nanophotonic devices. These studies led to the first demonstration of a high-cooperativity cavity-QED platform using a color center.
I received B.S. degrees in Physics and Electrical Engineering from Bogazici University in 2010.