Rory Schadler is a Front End Engineer at Zapata. He graduated from Dartmouth College with a degree in Physics and Computer Science, and a minor in Chinese Language. There, he focused on computational physics, with a specific interest in quantum computing and its uses in materials science and drug discovery.
Quantum computing will help us design medicines and batteries faster, cheaper, and more successfully. I want to help that happen, and be there to help others follow along!
I want to use quantum to develop better medicines, that are more effective and have fewer side effects. Computational drug discovery is already making huge strides, and I want to use quantum to drive that even further.