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Bingyi Wang

Bingyi Wang

Bingyi Wang

Xuzhou
China
PhD in Physics
School of Humanities and Sciences

Bingyi Wang, from Xuzhou, China, is pursuing a PhD in physics at Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences. She currently works on quantum optics and hardware in the Laboratory for Integrated Nano-Quantum Systems, with the long term goal of contributing to the field of quantum computation. She attended United World College and Williams College, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in physics. At Williams College, she served as as a researcher on atomic physics studies using laser spectroscopy, a teaching assistant in the physics and Asian studies departments, as a board member on the Minority Coalition and the International Club, and as co-chair of Women and Gender Minorities in Physics and Astronomy. Bingyi plays Zheng, a string instrument, as a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician, arranged for the Williams Chinese Music Ensemble, and is a classical opera vocalist. She was also a member of Kusika African dance and percussion company.

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