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I am a thirdyear PhD student at the University of Chicago, advised by Fred Chong. My research interest is in computer architectures, quantum algorithms, quantum information and error correction. I build systems that enable efficient scheduling and mapping from highlevel circuits to noisy nearterm devices, and design algorithms using tools from property testing, representation theory and topology.
Before UChicago, I received my BS degrees in Computer Science and Physics from Carnegie Mellon University.
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MagicState Functional Units: Mapping and Scheduling MultiLevel Distillation Circuits for FaultTolerant Quantum Architectures · paper
Y. Ding, A. Holmes, A. JavadiAbhari, D. Franklin, M. Martonosi and F. T. Chong.
In proc. of 51st Intl. Symposium on Microarchitecture (MICRO), Oct 2018 
Resource Optimized Quantum Architectures for Surface Code Implementations of MagicState Distillation · paper
A. Holmes, Y. Ding, A. JavadiAbhari, D. Franklin, M. Martonosi and F. T. Chong.
Microprocessors and Microsystems, Feb 2019 
Charm: A Language for Closedform Highlevel Architecture Modeling · paper
W. Cui, Y. Ding, D. Dangwal, A. Holmes, J. McMahan, A. JavadiAbhari, G. Tzimpragos, F. T. Chong and T. Sherwood.
In proc. of 45th Intl. Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA), Jun 2018 
Quantum Algorithms on Boolean Matrix Product Verification · paper
Y. Ding.
CMU Undergraduate Thesis 2016, advised by R. O'Donnell
Award: Mathematics Competition, Runner Up 
Analysis of Reconstructed J/ψ Meson Candidates in pp̄ Collisions · paper
Synthesis Lectures on Computer Architecture
Quantum Computer Systems: Research for NoisyIntermediate Scale Quantum Computers
 33001: Novel Computing Architectures and Technologies (coinstructor) · Fall 2018
 16200: Honors Intro to Computer Science II (TA) · Winter 2017, Winter 2018, Winter 2019
 15210: Parallel and Sequential Data Structures and Algorithms (CMU, TA) · Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016