Honors & Awards

  • Stanford Graduate Fellowship, Stanford University (2012)
  • Tyson Medal, University of Cambridge (2012)
  • Gates Cambridge Scholarship, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (2011)
  • Joel Matthew Orloff Award for Scholarship, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2011)
  • Aditya Birla Scholarship, Aditya Birla Group (2006)

Professional Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, PHYS-PHD (2017)
  • SB, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Physics and Mathematics (2011)
  • MASt, University of Cambridge, Theoretical Physics (2012)

Stanford Advisors

Current Research and Scholarly Interests

My research interests are wide-ranging:

1) In the context of gravity, how does spacetime emerge from its dual quantum system? How does the dual quantum system encode the answers to questions that involve local physics in semi-classical gravity? How do you avoid the "firewall" paradox in the context of black-hole evaporation?

2) How do you calculate electrical and heat currents in strongly-coupled many-body systems? How do you explain the linear-in-temperature resistivity in high-temperature cuprates?

3) Use tensor network methods to study electrical and heat transport and also the real-time dynamics of systems out of thermal equilibrium.

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