David Hyde '13, BS Mathematics

Zooming With Physics Alumni: David Hyde '13, BS Mathematics

Tuesday June 02, 2020 7:30pm

Undergraduate Diversity and Inclusion in Physics (UDIP) and the Society of Physics Students (SPS) are happy to announce the next two sessions of Zooming with Physics Alumni!

David Hyde is a PIC Assistant Adjunct Professor in the Department of Mathematics at UCLA.  He joined UCLA after graduate school at Stanford, where he earned a Ph.D. in Computer Science (focusing on computational physics and physically-based animation) and Masters degrees in computer science and applied math.  At Stanford, Hyde was a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow and Gerald J. Lieberman Fellow.  Hyde earned a B.S. in Mathematics (and very nearly Physics!) as a Regents Scholar at UCSB in 2013, graduating at age nineteen.  Hyde has authored several patents in quantum computing (after studying the field at UCSB) and has also worked in industry for quantum computing and traditional software companies.

Registration is required in advance for this meeting. This link will allow you to register:

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For more information or if you have any questions please don't hesitate to reach out to kelly.adams@ucsb.edu or bethany.innocenti@ucsb.edu.