My research at NIST has spanned from integrated and quantum photonics to neuromorphic computing and hardware for AI. I am interested in the development of next generation computing and networking technologies, which will involve heterogeneous and application-specific hardware. In particular, I am developing some of the measurement and benchmarking techniques and services needed for these technologies become commercially viable. On the quantum side, I work on the quantum radiometry project, developing a single photon detector calibration service at NIST. We are also working to develop the next generation of single photon detector measurement tools, applicable to waveguide-coupled single photon detectors on photonic integrated circuits. On the AI side, I am working on general techniques for training emergent hardware for AI. As part of this project, I am involved in a community-driven effort to benchmark next-generation neuromorphic technologies.