Hello.
I am Hersh Singh, a postdoctoral researcher in theoretical physics at the InQubator for Quantum Simulation at the University of Washington, Seattle. I am also affiliated with the Institute for Nuclear Theory.
I am interested in studies of strongly coupled quantum field theories, with applications to nuclear and highenergy physics, using the powerful tools of lattice field theory, effective field theory and quantum information science.
Before this, I got a
 PhD in Physics from Duke University (20142020) working on lattice and effective field theories with Profs. Roxanne Springer and Shaliesh Chandrasekharan, and
 Bachelor’s and Master’s in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Madras (20092014), working with Prof. Suresh Govindarajan.
Some of my recent work includes
 qubit regularizations of quantum field theories: with the goal of constructing regularizations of interesting QFTs for the quantum simulation of QFTs
 application of nuclear effective field theory: largeN expansion in twobody systems, and threebody systems
 many of my ongoing projects are around using study aspects of quantum information in QFTs, using worm algorithms and tensor network methods
A complete list of my publications can be found here (or on INSPIRE).
I thoroughly enjoy teaching and always seem to find opportunites to talk about things that I am excited about. During my PhD, I was awarded the Mary Creason Memorial Award for Undergraduate Teaching. I also taught a minicourse on Renormalization Group (Spring 2020, Duke University) for graduate students.
Publications

“Spacetime symmetric qubit regularization of the asymptotically free twodimensional O(4) model”
(2021)
Junzhe Zhou, Hersh Singh, Tanmoy Bhattacharya, Shailesh Chandrasekharan, Rajan Gupta
arXiv:2111.13780 
“Qubit Regularization of Asymptotic Freedom”
(2020)
Tanmoy Bhattacharya, Alexander J. Buser, Shailesh Chandrasekharan, Rajan Gupta, Hersh Singh
Phys.Rev.Lett. 126 (2021) 17, 172001
DOI:10.1103/PhysRevLett.126.172001. arXiv:2012.02153 
“Qubit $O(N)$ nonlinear sigma models”
(2019)
Hersh Singh
arXiv:1911.12353 
“A qubit regularization of the $O(3)$ sigma model”
(2019)
Hersh Singh and Shailesh Chandrasekharan
Phys. Rev. D 100 (Sept. 2019), p. 054505
DOI:10.1103/PhysRevD.100.054505. arXiv:1905.13204 
“Fewbody physics on a spacetime lattice in the worldline approach”
(2019)
Hersh Singh and Shailesh Chandrasekharan
Phys. Rev. D 99 (7 Apr. 2019), p. 074511
DOI:10.1103/PhysRevD.99.074511. arXiv:1812.05080 
“Worldline approach to fewbody physics on the lattice”
(2018)
Hersh Singh
PoS LATTICE2018(2018), p. 158
DOI:10.22323/1.334.0158. arXiv:1812.02364 
“Large$N_c$ relationships among twoderivative pionless effective field theory couplings”
(2018)
Matthias R. Schindler, Hersh Singh, and Roxanne P. Springer
Phys. Rev. C 98 (4 Oct. 2018), p. 044001
DOI:10.1103/PhysRevC.98.044001. arXiv:1805.06056
Recent Talks
 “From Qubits to Quantum Field Theories”
University of Washington Bothell (November 23, 2021)
Colloquium  “Entanglement harvesting from the vacuum of quantum spin chains”
Syracuse University  HEP/Cosomology Seminar (Novemeber 15, 2021)
Invited talk  “Entanglement harvesting from the vacuum of quantum spin chains”
Fall Meeting of the APS Division of Nuclear Physics (DNP) Meeting 2021 (October 13, 2021)
Contributed talk  “Qubit Regularization of Asymptotic Freedom”
Lattice 2021 (July 26, 2021)
Contributed talk
Video  Slides  Lectures on “Hamiltonian Time Evolution”
Quantum Computing Internship for Physics Undergraduates, Fermilab (July 20, 2021)
Videos: Lecture 1, Lecture 2  Notes  Qubit Regularization of Asymptotic Freedom
Indian Insitute of Technology Madras – Dual Mysteries of Gauge and Gravity Online Seminar Series (April 19, 2021)
Invited talk
Video  Qubit Regularization of Asymptotic Freedom
Brookhaven National Lab (January 4, 2021)
Invited talk  Qubit models and large charge effective field theories
Fall Meeting of the APS Division of Nuclear Physics (DNP) 2020 (October 31, 2020)
Contributed talk