I am senior computational scientist, with programming experience across both industry and academic research environments. I have experience with performance engineering, focusing mostly on C++ (11/14/17/20), Python, and Julia, including shared and distributed parallel and concurrent programming using MPI, OpenMP, CUDA and C++ threads. I hold the title of “Senior Quantum Software Developer I” at Xanadu, where I lead the PennyLane Performance team, working on the the development of algorithms, methods and toolkits to offer the best performance of hybrid quantum work-flows.
PhD in Science (Physics), 2017
Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University
BSc (Hons) in Physics with Computing, 2010
Waterford Institute of Technology
Researcher involved the ExaFEL project. Responsibilities included:
Researched cold atomic systems, which specific emphasis on the non-equilibrium dynamics of vortex lattice carrying Bose–Einstein condensates. Works and responsibilities included:
See publications for a list of published works.