I am a first year condensed matter theory student at UC Berkeley. Before moving to Berkeley, I earned my BS in electrical engineering from Texas A&M University with a focus in optics. At A&M, I mainly worked on classical integrability with professors Siu Chin and Milivoj Belic, publishing 5 theory and computation papers on breather solutions of nonlinear Schrodinger equations (NLSE). I additionally worked at the Rentzepis lab for a year and a half, mostly doing ultrafast studies, and published an experimental paper on the melting dynamics of copper thin films. My current research interests include broad topics in condensed matter theory, mainly strongly correlated electrons and topological phase transitions.
My Erdős number is 4 (through Professor M.R. Belic)
I have had McDonald’s in ~15 different countries.
PhD, Condensed Matter Theory, 2022
B.S., Electrical Engineering, 2017
Texas A&M University
I previously served as a TA for the following courses at Texas A&M Qatar: