I am a fourth year student co-supervised by John March-Russell and Subir Sarkar.
My research lies in the context of pushing the boundaries of particle physics beyond the known Standard Model, as well its interplay with the cosmological history of the universe.
Most recently, I have been working on phenomenological aspects of certain so-called 'swampland conjectures'. These have been proposed by the string theory community as necessary conditions for low-energy theories to be consistent with quantum gravity. My work has focused on understanding whether unexplained features of the known Standard Model of particle physics can be linked to these conjectures or whether these can be used to make predictions about what lies beyond our experimental and observational reach.
Previously I had worked on the subject of black holes in the early universe, Hawking radiation, baryogenesis, heavy quark EFT .