I am an Assistant Professor at University of Florida working on theoretical condensed matter physics.
I obtained my PhD in August 2015 from University of Wisconsin-Madison. The focus of my graduate research was the physics of quantum criticality and high-Tc superconductivity. From 2015 to 2018 I did my postdoc as a Moore foundation scholar at the Institute for Condensed Matter Theory of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. During my postdoc I have also been working on the topological phases of matter, focusing on novel topological superconducting phases and semimetal phases. I am interested in general aspects of quantum field theory and its applications to condensed matter systems.
Here are all my papers on arXiv.org.
- I will teach a multi-faculty course at UF, PHY-7097. My part will be on "field theories of topological insulators".
- I will be co-organizing 2020 MagLab Theory Winter School in January 2020 on "Quantum Matter Without Quasiparticles". Please apply!
- Our paper "Pair Density Wave and Pairing Quantum Hall Fluids" has been published in PRX!