Research Interests

I am broadly interested in the physics of the early universe, in particular the physics of inflation (especially its beginning and end) and phase transitions. Besides cosmology, my work draws heavily on other branches of physics including nonequilibrium quantum field theory and information theory. Since the relevant dynamics is typically analytically intractable, I am also interested in the development of novel numerical algorithms to the evolution of nonequilibrium field theories, and the use of high performance computing in physics in general.

In The News

NOVA Article and blog post about my work on bubble collisions.