B.S. Engineering Physics, University of North Dakota

M.S., Ph.D, University of North Dakota

Research Interests

I use a number of numerical techniques (quantum Monte Carlo; small cluster exact diagonalization and Krylov methods; equilibrium and non-equilibrium dynamical mean-field theory;Wigner and Keldysh methods) to study the behavior of models for strongly correlated materials and simulate different spectroscopies, including photoemission spectroscopy, Raman scattering, and resonant inelastic x-ray scattering. A primary focus of recent activities has been to use these numerical techniques to better understand the physics revealed by time-resolved experiments from laboratory-based pump-probe photoemission spectroscopy as well as out-of-equilibrium resonant x-ray scattering using the soft x-ray (SXR) end-station at the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS).


Advanced numerical simulations

Correlated electron materials

ARPES, RIXS, and ultrafast spectroscopy



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