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I am a medical researcher and quantum systems engineer, whose experimental research interests focus upon quantum spin imaging and metrology, and whose theoretical interests focus upon large-scale quantum simulation, in overall service of advances in regenerative medicine.
For a non-technical overview of this research, see the (open-source) PNAS article "Spin Microscopy's Heritage, Achievements, and Prospects." For in-progress research see the on-line notes of the ongoing ISH/UW/St Martin’s varietal thermodynamics seminar, which are titled Universality and Naturality in Service of Regenerative Medicine (also known as "the Green Sheets").
Quantum transport phenomena is a topic of particular interest, as efficiently simulated within frameworks that maximally substitute considerations of categorical universality and naturality for considerations of physicality.