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Merritt Moore was born on 24 February, 1988 in Los Angeles, California, United States, is an American ballet dancer and quantum physicist. Discover Merritt Moore's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 32 years old?
|Age||33 years old|
|Born||24 February 1988|
|Birthplace||Los Angeles, California, United States|
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Merritt Moore Height, Weight & Measurements
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Dating & Relationship status
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|Parents||Schuyler Moore (father)Alice Chu-Hoon Moore (mother)|
Merritt Moore Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Merritt Moore worth at the age of 33 years old? Merritt Moore’s income source is mostly from being a successful Dancer. She is from American. We have estimated Merritt Moore's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Dancer|
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Merritt Moore’s career has crossed disciplines. Her quantum mechanics research has focused on the topic of quantum computing. Her career in ballet has allowed her to perform in ballets across the world. Her current residency at Harvard's ArtLab combines ballet and science. Her performances at Harvard's ArtLab are focused on showing her relationship with science and also on teaching science through the performance. Moore has studied physics at Harvard University and the University of Oxford. Her ballet career has brought her to perform with many well known companies like Zurich Ballet and Boston Ballet.
Merritt Moore’s work in academia has focused on quantum computing. On both works she has contributed to, she is listed as a coauthor. The first work, published in 2013 during her time at Oxford, is about using a system of qubits and CPHASE gates to try to create a more efficient quantum computing system. The second paper, published in 2016, was about a system of quantum computing that combines quantum computing with classical computing done on a separate server. In this paper, researchers tested whether or not measurements of light could be used to securely carry information between the servers.
Merritt Moore’s career as a science educator led her to speak at TEDxOxbridge and star on the television show Astronauts: Do You Have What It Takes?. She has performed ballet at unconventional venues like the Victoria and Albert Museum. Moore spoke at the Forbes Women's Summit, a 'Women in STEM' panel, and for the Princeton Physics Department. She also created a virtual reality experience at the Barbican Theater in London in collaboration with Darren Johnson.
In March 2019, Moore spoke at the US Embassy in London for a 'Women in STEM' panel. The panel was discussing the importance of having more women involved in fields of STEM.
Moore was invited to speak at the Princeton Physics Department in 2019. She talked about her journey in ballet and physics and how the two relate.
Merritt Moore was featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2018 when she was 29 years old. Forbes 30 Under 30 recognizes people under thirty years of age that the publication deems remarkable individuals.
Moore was featured as one of the contestants on BBC's 'Astronauts: Do You Have What It Takes?' in 2017. Moore has been featured in Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 2", published by Rebel Girls and written by Francesca Cavallo and Elena Favilli, 'Forbes 30 Under 30', and Glamour Magazine's 'Top Ten College Women' competition. Moore spoke at TEDxOxbridge in 2013 and performed a ballet duet with dance partner Adam Kirkham. Moore started SASters - a group that encourages women to pursue their dreams in the arts and sciences.
Moore was invited to the Imagine Film Festival in NY in 2017. She worked with Inés Vogelfang to create a film they called 'Duality'.
Merritt Moore was invited in 2013 to TEDxOxbridge. Moore talks about how she felt when she started to dance and how her perspective on dance has changed after working with quantum optics in the lab. She then performed a duet with partner Adam Kirkham. TEDx is an organization that is self-organized and attempts to mimic an actual TED event.
Moore began dancing at thirteen years of age. When she was fifteen, she traveled to Viterbo, Italy. While in Italy, Moore met Irina Rosca who had been a dancer at the National Ballet of Romania. Moore trained with Rosca during her time in Italy. When Moore started at Harvard, she joined the student-run dance group and was taught technique by Damian Woetzel and Heather Watts. During her sophomore year at Harvard in 2008, Moore was accepted at Zurich Ballet. After dancing with Zurich Ballet, she danced in Cambridge for a while before joining Boston Ballet. Merritt has starred in La Bayadère and The Nutcracker at Boston Ballet. After graduating from Harvard, Moore performed Swan Lake and The Nutcracker with the English National Ballet. She also performed with robots with London Contemporary Ballet Theater. Moore practiced George Balanchine’s Symphony in C at the Norwegian National Ballet company.
Merritt Moore attended Harvard University and majored in physics. She began attending Harvard in 2006 and knew she wanted to major in physics after taking it in high school and finding an interest in it. While at Harvard, she won the Michael von Clemm Fellowship, an exchange program between Harvard and Oxford open to seniors. In 2011, she graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard with a bachelor's degree in physics. After graduating from Harvard, Moore attended the University of Oxford from 2012 - 2017 where she earned her PhD in Atomic and Laser Physics. She continued to dance ballet professionally throughout her time at both universities. While at Harvard, she took a yearlong break from her studies to pursue ballet with Zurich Ballet, the largest ballet company in Switzerland.
Merritt Moore (born February 24, 1988) is an American ballerina and quantum physicist. She studied at both the University of Oxford and Harvard University. Moore works to combine her interests in physics and ballet through her research and dedication in both the arts and sciences. She is completing her residency at Harvard University's ArtLab where her work combines science and dance through the use of robots. Moore has a Bachelor's Degree in Physics from Harvard University and a PhD in Atomic and Laser Physics from the University of Oxford. Merritt Moore has danced professionally for many ballet companies across the world including English National Ballet and Norwegian National Ballet. She has performed in Swan Lake and The Nutcracker among other ballets.
Merritt Moore was born in Los Angeles, California on February 24, 1988 to Alice Chu-Hoon Moore and Schuyler Moore. Her mother is Korean and her father is American. Her father worked as an entertainment attorney; Moore also has a sister. Gymnastics was the first sport Moore was involved in growing up. Later, Moore discovered a love for mathematics and dance. She took her first dance class at the age of 13 after her mother persuaded her to do so. Moore spent her Junior year of high school abroad in Viterbo, Italy.