I am a professor of theoretical physics at Caltech. My research focuses on strongly-coupled quantum field theories, with a particular interest in conformal field theories and their applications to particle physics, condensed matter physics, and quantum gravity. I am part of the the Simons Collaboration on the Nonperturbative Bootstrap. Here is my CV.

- Starting in 2020, most of my course websites are on Canvas, and not publicly available.
- 2019-2020: Ph 121ab: Computational Physics Lab
- 2019: Ph 12c: Statistical Mechanics
- 2018-2019: Ph 121ab: Computational Physics Lab
- 2017-2018: Ph 229ab: Advanced Mathematical Methods: Conformal Field Theory

- TASI Lectures on the Conformal Bootstrap. Lectures from TASI 2015 and the Advanced Strings School 2015.
- Conformal Field Theory. Course notes for Ph 229ab 2017 at Caltech. An expanded/extended version of the TASI notes above.
- Statistical Mechanics. Course notes for Ph 12c 2020 at Caltech.
- TASI Lectures on Conformal Field Theory in Lorentzian Signature. Lectures from TASI 2019.
- Dispersive Functionals. Lectures from Bootstrap 2022.
- Effective Field Theory and the Standard Model. Course notes for Ph 230a 2022 at Caltech.
- TASI Lectures on CFT and Observables on a Null Plane. Lectures from TASI 2023.

- SDPB: A Semidefinite Program Solver for the Conformal Bootstrap
- Software repository for the Bootstrap Collaboration
- Hyperion: a Haskell framework for concurrent computations on an HPC cluster.
- Gitlab profile. Contains most of my public research software not linked above.