Jack Ceroni's Home Page

About Me

Hello there! My name is Jack, and I'm a first-year undergraduate student at the University of Toronto with interests in mathematics, physics, engineering and quantum computing.

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 Qiskit advocate (and in the process, writing some material for an online quantum computing textbook), and taking part in the ISSYP Program at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. I'm very involved in open-source quantum computational software, and have contributed to libraries such as Cirq, Qiskit, and StrawberryFields.

Current Projects

I am currently working as a quantum software intern at Xanadu, a quantum computing company located in Toronto, developing tutorials on concepts in quantum machine learning and helping to build out their quantum machine learning library.

I'm always 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 | Blog | Brilliant.org | Stack Exchange | Wikipedia

Send me an email: jackceroni@gmail.com

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Current Projects