Adham’s current research interests are in the area of mathematical physics and its application to problems in electromagnetic wave theory. This includes the topics of reconfigurable resonator design, geometrical perturbation, radiation, field and beam dynamics, THz transport, and boundary-value problems. Adham started his academic career in electrical engineering (PhD, Bristol 2010) and served in a number of research and faculty positions, before joining Stanford University as a research scholar with the Astrophysics and Particle Physics Department in 2019. After investigating advanced methods in microwave resonator perturbation, he became interested in mathematical physics and analysis techniques that help illuminate our understanding of various wave phenomena and interactions, whether in nature or in the laboratory.