Physics has always fascinated me because it uncovers how the world around us and the universe at large operate. This knowledge comes at a cost - a lot of time must be spent learning the basics and thinking on your own. I look forward to navigating students through this exciting world of physical principles and necessary mathematical tools!

I am a PhD student working in theoretical physics at YITP at Stony Brook University. My research interests include mathematical physics, black-hole perturbation theory, and phenomenological string theory. I practice a hands-on approach and like to use programming to tackle some hard mathematical problems.(C) SchoolNova 2005-2022