After finishing a doctorate in mathematics, spent four years as a research fellow at Oxford University, one year as a visiting professor at Tulane, six months on a National Academy of Sciences postdoc and was then hired as a senior research mathematician by the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington DC, founding the section on Informatic Phenomena and starting a laboratory for nonlinear optics. Joined Concord in January 2022.
Ph.D. Mathematics, Tulane University.
B.S. Computer Science, University of New Orleans.
Mathematical foundations of computer science, quantum information science, foundational questions in physics, pure mathematics. 50+ publications in areas spanning mathematics, physics and computer science. 1 patent.