My name is Mike Newman and I'm currently a Research Scientist at Google Quantum AI.
My research is focused on quantum information theory, and in particular, quantum error-correction. I have also dabbled in quantum cryptography, complexity theory, and tensor networks. In my earlier years, I studied algebraic topology. You can find my google scholar page here.
I received my PhD in Mathematics from the University of Michigan in 2018 under the advisement of Yaoyun Shi and Martin Strauss. Before that, I received my BA in Mathematics from Columbia University in 2012.
In my off time, I enjoy playing soccer, volleyball, and Go. I was a proud member of the Michigan math department soccer and volleyball intramural teams, both of which won the intramural championships in 2016, but only after I tore my ACL. My sacrifice spurred them to victory.
Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.