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Jordan Docter is a PhD student in the computer science department at Stanford. She earned a BS in EECS and mathematics at MIT, with a minor in music. Attracted by the entanglement of computer science and quantum mechanics, she studied quantum signal processing at Issac Chuang's group at MIT. She is currently working with Adam Bouland on quantum cryptography and quantum complexity. Jordan hopes to deepen our knowledge of quantum computing, and harness its power to solve real-life problems. Outside of research, you can find her at the climbing wall or the music room playing the violin.