My main research interests lie in the intersection of phenomenology, quantum information theory, operator algebras and temporality. I have obtained my PhD in theoretical physics at Imperial College London in 2017. My research focused on the phenomenology of quantum systems in the context of quantum computation. As a postdoc at the University of Oxford, I have been working on the connections between symplectic geometry and the phenomenology of open systems in the context of control system engineering. In 2020, I joined PROTEUS as a postdoc to explicate time and temporality in cosmology from the perspective of quantum information theory.