Welcome! I am a fourth year PhD student at the University of Cambridge, affiliated with DAMTP and the Cambridge Centre for Analysis (CCA). I am supervised by Mihalis Dafermos, Claude Warnick and Malcolm Perry.
University of Cambridge Centre of Mathematical Sciences Wilberforce Road Cambridge CB3 0WB United Kingdom
MASt in Mathematics, DAMTP, University of Cambridge (2017) B.S. Physics, American University of Beirut (2015)
My research interests revolve around the mathematical theory of black holes in General Relativity. I am specifically interested in understanding the scattering theory of the Einstein equations. My research is rooted in the areas of partial differential equations and differential geometry.
A Scattering Theory for Linearised Gravity on the Exterior of the Schwarzschild Black Hole I: The Teukolsky Equations, preprint (July 2020)
Part III General Relativity (Michaelmas 2018, Michaelmas 2019) Part III Black Holes (Lent 2021) Part II Analysis and Topology (Michaelmas 2020) Part II Linear Analysis (Michaelmas 2019, Michaelmas 2020) Part II Electrodynamics (Michaelmas 2018, Michaelmas 2019)
Junior Analysis Seminar, Imperial College London, 25 Nov 2020 C.A.K.E. seminar, Cambridge, 12 Feb 2020 DAMTP GR seminar, Cambridge, 11 Oct 2019 Joint CDT Colloquium 2019: Interplay of Probability, Statistics and Analysis, University of Warwick, 04 Apr 2019