Faculty & Staff
Phone: (850) 474-2271
This semester I'm teaching PHY2048 (University Physics I), PHY2053 (General Physics I), and PHZ4113 (Mathematical Physics I).
Office Hours (Fall 2013)
My research background is in computational condensed matter physics. I'm primarily interested in using computer algorithms to understand models for phenomena that are observed in materials. These phenomena include topological insulators, quantum magnetism, superconductivity, strongly correlated systems, and ultracold atomic gases. My main tools for investigating these behaviors are exact diagonalization, quantum Monte Carlo, and molecular dynamics.