I am a theoretical physicist who is interested in the phenomenology of quantum and classical field theories. I have broad interests ranging from particle to many-body physics, and I tend to be motivated by problems relevant for ongoing and upcoming experiments. More information can be found on my research interests page, and in my list of publications.
I am currently studying at McMaster University and am an affiliate graduate student at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. In October 2019 I will begin working with as a postdoc at UKY and as a visiting scientist at Fermilab. I will be working on radiative corrections in the context of neutrino-nucleus interactions with Dr. Richard J. Hill, and will continue working on other phenomenology projects independently. If you are interested in collaborating shoot me an email.
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