Adam Holmes


I work on quantum computing architecture and theory as a graduate student pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Chicago. I graduated with a bachelor's degree in physics concentrating in computer science from Cornell University in May 2016. During my time there I worked in physics research characterizing properties and fabrication techniques of superconducting materials, modeling liquid helium cooling manifolds for synchrotons and linear accelerators, building a compiler toolchain for quantum computation, and performing high level system design of quantum information devices.



If you have questions about my research, software, papers, or thoughts about quantum computing or physics, feel free to contact me through my social media. My resume is available as well.

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