I am a graduate student in theoretical physics at Duke University.
My research interests broadly revolve around formal aspects and practical applications of quantum field theory (QFT). I am especially interested in the rich interface of lattice field theory, effective field theory and quantum information science, and my work combines analytical and numerical techniques to study applications to nuclear, particle and condensed matter physics.
This semester, I am teaching a mini-course (roughly 10 lectures) on Renormalization Group.
Other fun stuff
We have an active discussion group where we have weekly talks on all kinds of things at the interface of mathematics and theoretical physics, called Dirac. Head over to Dirac’s website for more information. If you like what you see, send me an email to get included in the mailing list.