I am a Lecturer in theoretical particle physics at the University of Liverpool. I previously held postdoctoral research positions at the University of Bern, Syracuse University and the University of Colorado Boulder after studying at Amherst College and completing my PhD at Boston University.
I use high-performance computing to gain insight into strongly interacting quantum field theories, primarily in the context of high-energy particle physics. I employ lattice field theory, a non-perturbative framework that enables first-principles investigations of strongly coupled systems. Making use of lattice regularization as a broadly applicable tool, I address questions that are important both theoretically and phenomenologically, within and beyond the standard model of particle physics.
My work currently focuses on composite dark matter, composite Higgs models, supersymmetric lattice field theories, and lattice field theories that suffer from so-called sign problems.