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I am a second-year physics graduate student at Duke University.
- My current research is with the QCD theory group at Duke.
- More generally, my research interests are in theoretical and computational physics.
- I offer private academic tutoring to Duke physics undergrads.
Graduate school: Duke physics
I am currently a PhD candidate in the Duke University physics department. I entered in the fall of 2011. My research is on the quark-gluon plasma (read more).
Undergraduate: Swarthmore college
I attended Swarthmore College for my undergraduate education, where I majored in chemical physics and minored in math. I wrote my senior thesis on Lorentz violation in solar-neutrino oscillations (read more). I graduated in May 2011 with Highest Honors.
I grew up in the Hudson Valley of upstate New York.
I like computers, programming, and most other technological ventures.
Send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org