I am a Postdoctoral Associate in Condensed Matter Theory group at Yale university under the Yale Prize Postdoctoral Fellowship. A more detailed description of my research interests is available here.
PhD in Physics, 2019
University of Maryland, College Park
BA in Physics, 2011
For a complete list of my publications, see here.
For a fuller selection of talks, see here.
The existence of additional valley degrees of freedom in graphene allow for new collective modes beyond those in the conventional spinful Fermi liquid. We investigatw the behavior of these new modes in the spin and valley channels including their impact on observables and how they are impacted by the quantum geometry of graphene bands.
Investigation of the interplay between superconductivity and charge ordered phases in the cuprate family of high $T_c$ superconductors.
I have been a teaching assistant in both lab and discussion sections for
at the University of Maryland, College Park.
I also have been a TA for the online Coursera course ‘Exploring Quantum Physics’.
I have completed a course on the ‘Theory and Practice of Scientific Teaching’ at Yale’s Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning.