My research focuses on the theory of strongly interacting and disordered systems. I am interested in new kinds of correlated states of matter that arise in various interacting many-body systems, especially when their understanding requires new theoretical tools and techniques. In particular, I worked on superconductivity in new regimes, far from equilibrium many-body systems, mesoscopic physics, integrable systems, and driven-dissipative dynamics.

Awards and Achievements

  • Sloan Research Fellowship
  • NSF CAREER award