Astrophysics and Cosmology, Computational and Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Energy, Mathematics, Physics
University of Chicago
My research interests cover the broad sweep of classical and quantum dynamical systems, from field theories to particles, and from the largest scales to the smallest. Specifically — moving from larger to smaller scales — I have worked on problems in cosmology, astrophysics, accelerator physics, condensed matter physics, atomic and quantum optics, and particle physics. Some of my more general interests include quantum dynamics of open systems, nonlinear dynamics and nonequilibrium statistical mechanics, and stochastic ODEs and PDEs. Although most of my work has been theoretical, I have also been involved in experimental and observational projects.