Quantum Technology

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As part of the US Government's fast-track Quantum Information Science and Technology Program in the global race to harness the revolutionary promise and potentials of quantum technology, I was recruited for a postdoctoral-level fellowship to provide timely, concise, over-the-horizon national roadmaps and technology reports to principal US national policy and funding agency directors at DARPA and NSA ARDA/DTO, traveling to leading research institutions around the world. The end product of these reports served as a prototype for the foundation of the US Government's high-level national Quantum Roadmap—an accolade conveyed directly by the Chair of the Roadmap, Richard Hughes, Director of the Quantum Institute at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Recipient of two consecutive Austrian national research fellowships to work with Anton Zeilinger, one of the most renowned physicists in the field. Principal investigator for an award-winning team of multinational researchers—the inventors and world-record holders of quantum teleportation and space-based quantum communications—sourced from NASA JPL, TU Vienna and PISCES, a NASA, ESA, CSA and University of Hawaii consortium, under mandate from DARPA, the NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts, and NASA’s Office of the Chief Technologist to develop cryptographically impenetrable, space-based quantum communications to secure NASA space assets and the lives of NASA astronauts.

Under support of a graduate research fellowship in applied physics and nanoscience at the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands, I conducted experimental fieldwork in quantum entanglement, secure communications, optical fabrication technology, metrology, microlens array research, and coherent optics applications, introduced a novel, fault-tolerant adaptive learning protocol at the intersection of leading approaches in quantum topology and neural networks, and led international research and consulting initiatives with





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“We are at the very beginning of time for the human race. It is not unreasonable that we grapple with problems. But there are tens of thousands of years in the future. Our responsibility is to do what we can, learn what we can, improve the solutions, and pass them on.” – Richard Feynman From early childhood, I set out to convey a profound and positive impact on the long-term future of humanity—to make the world a better place for our children, our children's children, and the generations yet to come, as we continue forwards in our collective journey, scaling the cosmic ladder of evolution, progressing onwards, expanding outwards to other worlds to become a multiplanetary species—as Earth becomes a destination, as well as a point of origin. From early on, I committed my life purpose to the singular objective of ensuring that integrity, balance and ethical responsibility hold paramount importance as priorities, in both scientific research and in principal government leadership, as we're collectively propelled forwards as a species. With unprecedented leaps and bounds in progress and in our scientific understanding—enabled by the development of converging and expanding exponential technologies—newfound, unexpected discoveries await just over the horizon. Rapid advances in fields such as artificial intelligence, biotechnology, molecular nanotechnology, neuroscience, renewable energy, spaceflight, supercomputing and quantum technologies—each enabled by the rapid technological progress of Moore’s Law doubling in computer processing power, speed and complexity—will converge to confer radical changes to our society over coming decades, as we move forwards in the collective transition towards the dawn of a post-scarcity economy. The future is unbounded. The responsibility falls upon us to ensure that its limitless potential is filled with dreams of hope, happiness, freedom and fulfillment.