My research focuses on using ultracold fermionic atoms for quantum simulation, computation, and metrology. We study many-body phenomena, such as superfluidity, in quantum degenerate Fermi gases with tunable interactions. We explore the possibility to use neutral atoms in optical tweezers for quantum computation and simulation.
2011 – Rothschild Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship
2011 – Fulbright Post-Doctoral Fellowship (declined)
2011 – The John F. Kennedy Award, Weizmann Institute of Science