He received his PhD from MIT working at the intersection of quantum and statistical physics. His interests span a broad range of theoretical physics.
I am currently studying driven-dissipative systems and interested in learning more about open quantum systems. I enjoy competing in various games in my spare time.
(jointly with Alexey Gorshkov at UMD)
My interests are broadly centered on understanding nonequilibrium dynamics in open quantum systems and using Rydberg atoms for quantum computation and simulation.
I am interested in learning the mathematical techniques used generally throughout condensed matter physics (especially field theory). Outside of physics, I also like to play chess.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Former postdoctoral researcher