I am a postdoctoral researcher in theoretical condensed
matter physics at MIT.

I am affiliated with MIT's Materials Research Laboratory, and have
been supervised by Leonid Levitov and Liang Fu.

In the spring of 2020 I am moving to Ohio State to become an
assistant professor of physics. You can read a reflection on my
career trajectory here.

My research mostly explores systems with strong correlations
and long-ranged interactions.  This encompasses a range of
problems, both quantum and classical. 

I was formerly the Eugene Wigner postdoctoral fellow at Argonne
National Lab. My PhD was done with Boris Shklovskii at the
Unversity of Minnesota, and my undergraduate years were spent at Virginia Tech.

I maintain a mostly physics-themed blog called Gravity and Levity.

For a full list of publications, see the arxiv list or my Google Scholar profile.