I am a visiting assistant professor of physics at Haverford College. Prior to coming to Haverford I held a visiting position in the Physics Department of Bryn Mawr College. I completed by doctoral work in physics at Drexel University under the direction of Dr. Robert Gilmore. My research interests include the Topological aspects of Nonlinear Dynamics and Group Theoretical methods in physics. I have also been known to dabble in other areas of theoretical physics, including Mach's Principle of Inertia.
I enjoy playing various sports and video games, watching anime, and spending time with my wife and kids. I enjoy reading manga, fantasy, sci-fi, and sci-non-fi. I enjoy physics, mathematics, the connections between them, and learning more about how this awesome universe works. I enjoy coffee, and I keep pet spiders in the recesses of my basement.