I am a graduate research student at the Center for Computational Natural Sciences and Bioinformatics (CCNSB) and Centre for Quantum Science and Technology (CQST), IIIT Hyderabad, advised by Professor Harjinder Singh. My research interests lie in the development of quantum algorithms and quantum software to solve problems related to natural sciences, optimization and machine learning for near-term and fault-tolerant quantum hardware.

I am currently working remotely in the quantum algorithms research team at Xanadu Quantum Technologies Inc, Canada, where I develop quantum algorithms for their quantum chemistry module in PennyLane. Previously, I was working as a quantum compute researcher at QpiAI, where I work on developing quantum, quantum-inspired algorithms and a full software stack for their quantum hardware, ASGPTM.

I am also part of IBM Quantum Research Programme and a Qiskit Advocate, IBM. Along with this, I'm an active contributor to Qiskit community, and Quantum Open Source Foundation (QOSF) projects. I am currently working on developing my own visualization tool for analyzing parameterized quantum circuits called qLEET, that is supported by Unitary Fund.

In the past, I've worked with Professor Apoorva Patel at IISc, Bangalore, and Professor Prasanta K. Panigrahi at IISER Kolkata. The projects majorly focused on simulation, development and application of NISQ Algorithms. I've also worked in an experimental biophysics laboratory under the guidance of Professor Musti J. Swamy at the University of Hyderabad.

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