In my research I focus on the contemporary history of physics (especially the 20th century), but I also have interests in the modern period. In both cases, I am interested in the interplay between “modeling,” “computation,” and “simulations” in the natural sciences. These categories, which I also use in my teaching, allow me to be very versatile in my scholarship, though I often find myself working on the smallest archival details of some scientific figure or idea. I am open to interdisciplinary and cross-cultural dialogue and am always looking for new and impactful research collaborations. You can glance over my publications and talks by clicking here. If you recognize the possibility of working together, please drop me a message!