My work mainly focuses on understanding the dynamics of strongly interacting systems with an emphasis on theoretical nuclear and particle physics. I explore non-perturbative aspects of quantum field theory by using and developing a variety of tools that range from the more mathematical (such as asymptotic analysis) to the more computational (such as lattice Monte-Carlo methods).
I am also interested in the critical phenomena around the QCD phase transition, which separates the quark gluon plasma phase with the ordinary nuclear matter at extremely high temperatures and is probed by the heavy ion collision experiments.
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A primer on resurgent transseries and their asymptotics
an extensive and pedagogical introduction to resurgent analysis of asymptotic series (arXiv link)
Beam energy scan theory (BEST) collaboration
Topical collaboration whose main goal is to develop the theoretical framework for the Beam Energy Scan program at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, aimed at exploring the QCD phase diagram, searching the QCD critical point and effects of chiral anomaly