In my research, I follow two major trajectories, one in the early modern period, one in the twentieth century. In both projects, I delve into the interaction among three fundamental subcultures of scientific thinking and practice: “modeling,” “computation,” and “simulations.” These categories, which I also employ in my teaching, allow me to be versatile in my scholarship, though I daily find myself working out the finer archival details of some major figure or scientific idea. I am open to an interdisciplinary and intercultural dialogue, and I always look for new research opportunities. You can glance over my list of publications and talks by clicking here. Please drop me a message if you recognize the possibility of a research collaboration!