Associate ICCMR researcher, Scott Oshiro, is a third-year PhD student at the Center for Computer Research in Music & Acoustics (CCRMA) at Stanford University and a flautist from the Washington DC Metropolitan area. He received his B.S in Electrical Engineering from George Mason University with a concentration in Computer Engineering during the spring of 2014. His current research focuses on quantum computing applications for music technology and acoustic sciences. In December 2019 Scott received honourable mentions at IBM’s Qiskit Camp in Johannesburg South Africa for his work on Qu-Beats: a Quantum Beat Generator, and has been invited to participate in IBM’s Qiskit Global Hackathon. He is researching the development of quantum protocols and algorithms for Networked Music Performance over a quantum internet, audio signal processing and music information retrieval.