Department of Physics
University of Guelph
Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1
I am a theorist interested in
systems. I study phenomena at the interface of ultracold atoms and
nuclear physics, the physics of neutron-star crusts and cores, as well
as neutron-rich nuclei. My work touches upon concepts from nuclear
& particle theory, astrophysics, and AMO physics. In essence, my
research is focused on solving the quantum many-body problem.
A large part of my work would not be possible without the use of modern
supercomputing facilities, including the (US) National Energy Research
Scientific Computing Center (NERSC
) and the Juelich
Center. I intend to join SHARCNET
in the near future.
I closely interact with the experimental
University of Guelph. Many of my projects are carried out in
collaboration with scientists from the Theoretical
Alamos National Laboratory, the Institute for
University of Washington, the Nuclear Theory Center
Darmstadt, and the TRIUMF Theory Group
. I also have a frequent-visitor
relationship with the Nuclear Theory Group
at Michigan State University.