I am currently a Hartree Postdoctoral Fellow at the Joint Centre for Quantum Information and Computer Science, University of Maryland. She received her Ph.D. from the Centre for Quantum Technologies Singapore under the supervision of Miklos Santha in 2017. My doctorate studies were focused on analyzing the complexity of classical and quantum constraint satisfaction problems in the trial and error model of computation. My research interests span classical and quantum complexity theory, including quantum algorithms, Hamiltonian complexity and quantum polynomial hierarchies. In particular, I am interested in finding connections between abstract cryptography, mathematical logic and resource theories, developing type checkers and program verification tools for quantum programming languages as well as proving separations between classical and quantum complexity classes. Outside of research she is an avid Formula 1 and racing enthusiast, and loves to peer through her camera lens to capture landscapes, architecture and moments.