Jack Ceroni

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About Me

Hello there! My name is Jack, and I'm a high school student from the Greater Toronto Area with interests in mathematics, physics, engineering and quantum computing. In my free time, I like to:

  • Entangle qubits (fake ones, I don't have enough money to buy the real thing...)
  • "Prove" "theorems"
  • Solve hopelessly long integrals to find expectation values
  • Set digital trees on fire with my homemade computer simulations

Over the past couple years, I have had some very interesting experiences. This includes taking part in a pure mathematics project at the University of Toronto, being a co-contributor to a quantum computing textbook (it's actually not that impressive, there are a lot of co-authors), being a Qiskit advocate and taking part in the ISSYP Program at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.

I'm currently working on a bunch of projects in quantum computing, mathematics, and physics. The purpose of this website is to hopefully contain a (mostly) up-to-date log of all the stuff I'm doing.

I sometimes write stuff online

Github | Quora | Medium | Linkedin | Blog | Brilliant.org | Stack Exchange

Send me an email: jackceroni@gmail.com

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