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Ph.D. Applied Physics Candidate

Jason Herrmann

Jason received his A.B. in physics from Harvard University and joined LINQS as an Applied Physics PhD candidate in the spring of 2019. As an NSF Graduate Research Fellow, he is interested in scalable quantum photonics and is currently developing on-chip electro-optic control systems. Applications include developing on-chip lithium niobate circulators and new types of devices for in situ optical wavefront shaping and tunable control. Outside of research, Jason is a violinist in the Stanford Symphony Orchestra and enjoys playing frisbee.


A.B. Physics: Applied Physics, Harvard University
Secondary in Computer Science, Harvard University


tunable photonic circuits
electro-optic devices
integrated quantum sensors and memories