David joined the Quantum Device Lab in January 2017. He is part of the hybrid team, where he will couple charge and spin qubits in semiconductor nanowires to a high impedance resonator. The resonator will function as a quantum bus to entangle charges and spins over long distances (mm's). This is an important requirement to scale up these qubits towards a useful quantum processor. David did his PhD with Leo Kouwenhoven at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. His PhD work focused on semiconductor nanowire Josephson junction to identify the properties of the Andreev and Majorana bounds states that could exist in these junctions.