I’m a postdoctoral associate at Argonne National Laboratory in the Physics Division, working in ab initio nuclear theory. I recently defended my Ph.D. in physics at the University of Notre Dame, where I worked on chiral effective field theories for nuclear structure and many-body methods. I’m particularly interested in symmetries in nuclear physics, and how complex behaviors emerge from simpler degrees of freedom. I’m also focused on applying high-performance computing to nuclear structure calculations, where efficient use of distributed and heterogeneous architecures is critical.