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Season 1, Episode 11
Quantum with Juliette Soule
In this episode of Pitch Your PhD, Dr Catherine Ball talks in detail – in quantum scale – with Juliette Soule, about her PhD research on protecting quantum computing against errors.
Another really hard part (of doing a PhD) is imposter syndrome … STEM is already a male dominated field … The phrase imposter syndrome makes it sound like it’s something wrong with you, but imposter trauma is putting it on the experiences you’ve had … It’s not like we’re born with imposter syndrome, you acquire it as a result of our societal norms and how people act.
Juliette first fell in love with physics in high school when she read Brian Greene’s book, The Fabric of the Cosmos, and has been entranced by the workings of the universe ever since. As a strong academic person, Juliette has always known that doing a PhD in physics is her ultimate goal. In this episode, she talks to Catherine about her ups and down of her journey leading to her PhD research, including her take on the concept of imposter trauma.
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