I'm a theoretical physicist by Ph.D., but perhaps equally drawn to physics, mathematics, computer science, and philosophy. I've been working in quantum information theory and quantum computation since graduate school. I'm currently involved in a research program to understand quantum theory better by situating it in a broad framework, based on convex sets of states, measurement outcomes, and dynamical evolutions, for abstractly formulating candidate physical theories.
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