Hanrui Wang is a final-year Ph.D. student at MIT EECS advised by Prof. Song Han. His research focuses on quantum computer architecture, ML for quantum. His research has been recognized by ACM student research competition 1st place award, best poster award at NSF AI Institute, Best Presentation Award as a DAC Young Fellow and appears in top conferences such as MICRO, HPCA, DAC, ICCAD and NeurIPS. His co-authored paper received ICML RL4RL Best Paper Award. He is the recipient of Qualcomm Fellowship, Unitary Fund, and Nvidia Fellowship Finalist. He is the creator of TorchQuantum library which has been adopted by IBM Qiskit Ecosystem and Nvidia cuQuantum Appliance. He is also the co-founder of QuCS lecture series for quantum education.