I am currently a postdoc in Carnegie Mellon University’s High Energy Theory group. I have formerly held affiliations with Cambridge (twice), Utrecht, Amsterdam, and Penn.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I study the applications of quantum mechanics to gravitational systems. I am particularly focused on Effective Field Theory methods.
Themes found in my work are:
- Early Universe Physics: What signatures of primordial physics are cosmologically observable?
- The Dark Sector: What is the nature of dark energy? Can cosmic acceleration by explained by any consistent long-distance modification of gravity?
- Black Hole Physics: What can black holes tell us about high-energy physics?
Click on any topic above for links to relevant papers, or find all of my work here.
Black Hole Paradoxes
Popular article featuring 1909.05254
Podcast discussing black holes and 1909.05254
PROJECTS and POSTS
Collection of physics-related projects and posts I’ve created for this site.
Slides from selected talks. Best when viewed on desktop.
Columbia HET Seminar
DAMTP GR Seminar
Cosmology on the Beach (15 mins)
Nico van Kampen Colloquium, Utrecht
EPFL (Lausanne) Seminar