Bio: Kade Head-Marsden is currently a postdoctoral research scholar in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University working with Professor Prineha Narang. Head-Marsden has been investigating the intersection of open quantum systems with quantum information. The related research areas fall into several different projects, including adapting the non-Markovian open quantum system method to be amenable to a quantum computation framework. Head-Marsden earned her PhD in chemistry from the University of Chicago under the guidance of Professor David Mazziotti. Head-Marsden earned her bachelor's degree in mathematics and chemistry from McGill University.
Head-Marsden plans to continue exploring the intersection of open quantum systems with electronic structure and quantum information. Her research group will focus on adaptability and accessibility of their theories and methods to encourage collaboration with experimentalists and theorists across chemistry, physics and engineering.
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