I'm a 21-year-old ex-student living in London. I used to study quantum information theory but now I work as a computer monkey for a hedge fund.
I studied maths at Cambridge and then MFoCS at Oxford, as well as doing a smattering of software-y internships.
Fiddling with Python 6/10
I studied maths at Cambridge, focussing on pure maths and logic. My favourite course was probably Logic and Set Theory (by Imre Leader), for which I got about 76/80 marks. Overall, I received an upper second.
My masters' dissertation is entitled Commitment Algorithms. In it, I discuss the third equivalence in the CBH theorem in the language of CQM, and show that it is not a consequence of that formalism. To do so, I give a definition of commitment algorithms in a purely categorical sense, and show that although it cannot be fulfilled in the usual interpretation of quantum theory, it in fact can in one of the standard "toy" models.
(Email is probably your best bet for getting in touch with me, but you're welcome to call if you'd like.)