**We have an opening for a postdoctoral position in our group at Purdue. The start date is Fall 2020. Please apply below:**

** ****https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/15230**

**The current focus of my research is the study of non-perturbative phenomena in quantum field theory and gravity through the lens of quantum information theory.**

In the past, I have worked on

- Algebraic methods in quantum field theory: Modular theory and its applications
- Eigenstate Thermalization hypothesis in quantum field theory
- The emergence of space in holography
- Fast scrambling and black holes
- The wavefunction of the universe in three dimensions

## Recorded Talks

- “Constraining Quantum Field Theories using Modular Theory” Institute for Advanced Study, December 2018
- “Towards a “hydrodynamic” approach to density matrices in quantum chaotic systems” Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, March 2017
- “Eigenstate Thermalization in Conformal Field Theories” Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, December 2016
- “Quantum Relative Entropy” Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, February 2016
- “Quantum Fisher Metric in Field Theory and Gravity” Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, August 2015
- “The Information-Theoretic Interpretation of the Length of a Curve” Quantum Information Processing conference, March 2015