My research spans the areas of quantum many-body physics, condensed matter theory, and statistical mechanics. I am especially interested in quantitative, controlled studies of strongly correlated fermions and their application to ultracold atoms and real materials. To this end, I specialize in a combination of state-of-the-art numerical and analytical techniques, with emphasis on exact computational methods.

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Research projects

Current research funding:
NSF grant “CQIS: The Grasshopper Problem”
NSF grant “ExpandQISE: Track 2: EQUIP-UMB-Expand Quantum Information Programs at UMass Boston”
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