I am a senior research scientist at NTT Research – Physics & Informatics Lab in Silicon Valley. My main interest is in rigorously defining wavefunction branches for large out-of-equilibrium many-body systems. In the past I have worked on how to detect soft particles like sub-GeV dark matter through the decoherence it induces, a topic I still keep an eye on.

See my professional site for a brief description and links to relevant work. My email address is jessriedel at gmail, and my Twitter handle is @Jess_Riedel. If you want to do impactful work on the foundations of quantum mechanics, maybe you should come work with me.

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