Postdoctoral Fellow, Santa Fe Institute
I am an Omidyar Fellow at the Santa Fe Institute. Before that, I was a Schmidt Science Fellow at Cornell working with Steven Strogatz. I got my Ph.D. in Physics from Northwestern in 2020, advised by Adilson Motter. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My interest lies at the interface of networks and nonlinear dynamics. In my research, I draw techniques from dynamical systems, graph theory, and machine learning to help elucidate how order emerges from chaos in coupled systems. Some topics I worked on recently include the effect of disorder on network dynamics, topological control of dynamical patterns (cluster synchronization and chimera states), networks with nonpairwise interactions, basins of attraction in high-dimensional systems, and learning unknown dynamical systems from data.