About Me

I am currently a graduate student at the School of Mathematics at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Here I have been involved in a couple of research projects. The first was conducted under Stavros Garoufalidis, and involved the exact and numerical scientific computation of quantum invariants via knot theory and Feynman diagrams. Further research in this direction consisted of checking and extending currently known tables of knots. The second project is a continuing effort under Sung Ha Kang, and involves path planning for autonomous robots. Prior to Georgia Tech, I was at the University of Delaware where I received separate masters degrees in mathematics and physics. At Delaware, I studied the mathematical modeling of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) under John Pelesko (math), and primordial inflation under Qaisar Shafi (physics - Bartol Research Institute). I am primarily concerned with applications of geometry and topology towards areas of mathematical physics. My current research interests include quantum information theory, quantum error correcting codes, tensor networks, entanglement entropy, and applications towards condensed matter physics and quantum gravity.

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