- Department of Physics and Astronomy,
Phillips Hall, CB3255, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3255
This spring I'm teaching
PHYS/COMP 447: Introduction to Quantum Computing.
The subject is really cool, and the likely future of a lot of scientific
computing and cryptography.
My research is in nuclear theory and its application to problems of fundamental
importance in particle physics and astrophysics. Topics in this
interdisciplinary line of research include
Work on these topics leverages techniques in nuclear-structure, in which I'm also very interested.
- Double beta decay (and the mass of the neutrino)
- CP violation in nuclei
- Nucleosynthesis in stars and supernovae
- Neutrino scattering and the weak interaction in nuclei
If you'd like, you can find out more about my research group and see a
list of publications.
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