I am a theoretical physicist fascinated by precise quantitative descriptions of living systems which allow us to understand the theoretical principles that make these systems tick. The research topics I am focusing on include understanding the ways in which living systems learn in complex environments and the development of methods to analyze large, undersampled data for low-dimensional structures. I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania in the group of Prof. Vijay Balasubramanian.

Before I became interested in the physics of living systems, I worked on research problems in String Theory and Gravitational Physics which I still consider a hobby.