Harshvardhan K. Babla
Harsh is a second year student in Applied Physics from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He’s working on measurement based quantum computing with Schrödinger Cat codes, closely collaborating with the Schoelkopf group. Prior to joining Yale, he completed a bachelors in Electrical Engineering at Princeton University, with minors in Computer Science and Engineering Physics. While at Princeton, he worked on novel material platforms for superconducting circuits with Andrew Houck, and developing quantum dots for electrons-on-helium with Stephen Lyon. In his free time, Harsh likes to swim, draw, sing, and cook.