I am a theoretical condensed matter physicist working on predicting and understanding the fascinating properties of quantum materials. I place an emphasis on their nonlinear response and non-equilibrium dynamics. My research interests are broad and span from exotic magnetism to unconventional superconductivity to magnetic topological phases. To address these questions, I employ analytical field theory methods and develop quantum computing algorithms for many-body models.

2021 - present: Associate Professor at Iowa State University
2017 - present: Scientist at Ames Laboratory
2016 - 2021: Assistant Professor at Iowa State University
2015 - 2016: Postdoc at University of Minnesota with Prof. Rafael Fernandes
2012 - 2015: Head of independent Young Investigator Group at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
2011 - 2015: Postdoc at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) with Prof. Joerg Schmalian
2011: Ph.D. at Yale University, advisor Prof. Karyn Le Hur. Title "Dissipative dynamics and novel quantum phases in strongly correlated cold-atom mixtures"
2007: Diploma in Physics and Otto-Haxel Prize for Best Diploma at Heidelberg University, Germany. Title "Negative Refraction in dense atomic gases"
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