I am a second year DPhil student in Theoretical Physics (Condensed Matter Theory) in Prof. Ard Louis' group. I am broadly interested in the intersection of statistical physics, molecular genetics and evolution, and information theory. I study sequence-dependent input-output maps, spin glasses, and evolutionary dynamics.
Current projects include:
- Understanding the robustness and sensitivity of spin glass ground states; uncovering universal scaling laws for natural input-output maps in frustrated spin systems.
- Developing an analytical framework for the statistical physics of discrete input-output maps.
- Deriving exact bounds on evolutionary robustness using graph theoretic properties of neutral networks with specific topological properties.
- Understanding timescales for viral evolution in glassy/rugged landscapes.
- Investigating the robustness of continuous input-output maps including deep neural networks, spin glasses, and fitness landscapes.
I did my undergraduate and master's work at Harvard University, where I studied time-dependent quantum mechanics of graphene electrons.