My research interest and background is in applied electromagnetics and nanophotonics, particularly for on-chip information and signal processing. This has been a theme throughout my research in grad school with my projects spanning microwave, terahertz, and optical frequencies. I am also excited by the boundaries between optics, mechanics, acoustics, and other physics. Most of my experience is in approaching these topics from an analytical and numerical modeling point of view. As a result, I enjoy developing software and modeling frameworks for exploring new physics and devices.
Feel free to see my research and publications pages for more details on my work. Note that at any given time my Google Scholar profile may be more up-to-date than this website. Also feel free to check out my GitHub where I have posted the codes for several of my projects.
- : The next chapter begins! I am now a postdoc at Stanford in Shanhui Fan’s group
- : The preprint of our paper “Fundamental limits to signal integrity in nonlinear parametric optical circulators” has been posted to arXiv.org
- : Presenting at Frontiers in Optics/Laser Science 2017 in Washington, DC
- : The preprint of our paper “Dual-carrier Floquet circulator with time-modulated optical resonators” has been posted to arXiv.org
- : I successfully defended my PhD!