My research covers a range of topics in theoretical low-energy nuclear physics, centered around effective field theory applied to few-nucleon systems, finite-volume techniques relevant for lattice field theory simulations, and other aspects of ab initio calculations. This work focuses in particular on phenomena which are universal in the sense that they apply to very different systems—not limited to nuclear physics—at the same time. I am furthermore interested in efficient numerical applications and topics in computer science. Simulating quantum systems on computers at various scales is an important aspect of my work. Follow the links below for more details about individual topics.

Effective Field Theory  
Finite-Volume Techniques  
Eigenvector Continuation  

For yet more, see my list of publications.