Students



Edwin Camilo

PhD Student

Andreas Soteriou

MSc Student

Etienne Palos

PhD Student

Siddhant Singh

Pre-Doctoral Fellow

Sai Smaran

Undergrad Student

Bhavik Mehta

PhD Student

Erika Bruulsema

Undergrad Student

Rachelle
Fontanilla

Undergrad Student

Tina Yu

Undergrad Student

Matthew
Charbonneau

Undergrad Student

Ruby Kong

Undergrad Student

Tim Li

Undergrad Student



Project Members



Elisabeth
Rodríguez-Heck

Classical Quadratization

Corinne
Dupperouzel

Quantum
Chemistry

Hou Tin Chau

Classical Quadratization

Szilárd Szalay

Graph
Theory

Nicholas
Chancellor

Quantum Quadratization

Yu Zhai

Quantum
Chemistry

Joshua Cantin

Hamiltonian
Zoo

Yudong Cao

Quantum Quadratization

Ka Wa Yip

Classical Quadratization



Former Students



Richard Tanburn

Quadratization

Emile Okada

Quadratization

Pankaj Gupta

Computer Vision

Nathan Bryans

Quantum Compilers

Toby
Cathcart-Burn

Quadratization

Faith Kimongo

Graph Theory

Hari Jackson

Computational Genomics

Staszek Welsh

Computational Chemistry

Kai Slaughter

Computational Chemistry

Young-Sang
Cho

Computational Chemistry

Oliver Lunt

Adiabatic Quantum Computing

Richard Ngo

Quantum
Compilers



Interim Board of Directors



Azam Husain

Luisa Pegoraro

John Amari

Erin Zuo

Vineeth Patil

Vithu
Ramachandran


      Back To People


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  Dr. Roselyn Lemus-Martin


    Dr. Lemus-Martin graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), during which she also studied Chemistry and Medicine at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. This was followed by a PhD in Molecular Cell Biology at Oxford University. She has further academic credentials in Molecular Oncology from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, in Clinial Research Monitoring from UNAM, in Project Management from UNAM, and in Design Thinking from Stanford University.

Dr. Lemus-Martin has a plethora of post-PhD experience in clinical research, consulting, and as a corporate executive. She was the Head of Drug Development and Research at Landsteiner Scientific, and a consultant for Templeton World Charity Foundation. She has also served on the Board of Advisors for the Association of Medical Doctors in the Pharmaceutical Industry, and as Vice President of the Oxford University Alumni Association.

Dr. Lemus-Martin was slected by McKinsey & Company for the Next Generation Women Leader Award in 2019, as one of the most influential young female leaders in the world, and she has been a member of Women in AI since 2020.

  Dr. Deyan Mihaylov


    Dr. Mihaylov completed his undergraduate degree in Physics at Oxford University (UK), then went on to do his PhD at Cambridge University (UK) where he studied general relativity and gravitational waves. Upon completion of his PhD, he began his post-doctoral career at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Berlin, Germany.