Bio, short

Chunyang Ding is a physicist working on novel implementations of quantum computing, currently living in Redwood City, CA. He graduated from Yale University with a B.S. in Physics (Intensive), and had worked in the labs of Professors Michel Devoret (superconducting qubits and microwave resonators), Nir Navon (ultracold atoms, potassium MOT), and Marla Geha (statistical analysis of satellite galaxies). He was previously an associate physicist at IonQ, a trapped ion quantum computing startup associated with Chris Monroe and Jungsang Kim.

Previously, he was a physics PhD student at the University of Chicago, before being dragged to sunny California to continue his studies at Stanford University . He is working in the lab of Professor David Schuster on developments in fluxonium quantum processors. Besides his passion for quantum computing, Chunny is an avid reader and is enthusiastic about scientific communication.

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