Jeremy is a Research Associate at the University of Western Australia having recently submitted his PhD under the supervision of Professor Michael Tobar.

His doctorate focused on a macroscopic (kg scale) electro-mechanical device with the potential to test the nature of gravitational effects in the quantum world, as well as improvements to the phase noise performance of microwave readout technology at 100 kHz. 

Jeremy’s current research is focused on spin ensembles in solids and novel microwave techniques to interact with them for the purposes of designing quantum protocols. In addition, Jeremy is interested in utilising ultra-sensitive resonance techniques for fault testing Lithium-ion batteries.

Qualifications: 
PhD, University of Western Australia, 2015
Bachelor of Science (Advanced Physics) (Hons), University of Western Australia

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