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Daniel Sank


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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