My research interests include exploring the existence and potential impact of turbulence in magnetic fusion schemes, and magnetized supersonic turbulence's impact and scaling on transport quantities in general. In particular my focus is on programs that utilize the physics of a Z-pinch, such as magnetic liner inertial fusion (MagLIF).
After my bachelors program, I worked in Adam Frank's computational astrophysics research group from May 2014 - August 2015. There I developed skills and appreciation for compuational magnetohydrodynamics in the context of star formation using the adaptive mesh refinement code, AstroBEAR. You may find an archive of that work under my last two links the right, or check out the publication Molecular cloud formation in high-shear magnetized colliding flows in MNRAS V. 460, Issue 2 (2016).
Outside of work I enjoy doing crafts, Greek dance, learning new languages, and swimming.
Are you looking for Mastery/Self-Paced Physics Stuff?
During the Fall semesters of 2015 and 2016 I was Head TA for the Mastery-Self-Paced version of Introductory Electricity and Magnetism for engineers. I did a lot of course development during those semesters to streamline the position of Head TA and the course in general. You may find my materials for Head TAs and the course in this git-repo. If you've used the repo, please become a contributor!