Jerusalem 2014-15

And again, it’s been quite awhile.

The big news is the welcome addition of Benjamin to our family. You can see him studying with me in my profile picture. He’s an incredible ball of energy and joy, and there’s nothing like having him around to remind one ...

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Causal Dynamical Triangulations

Rajesh Kommu and Professor Steve Carlip are working on interesting ways to model quantum gravity using computational methods. Rajesh has been kind enough to help show me where to get started:

Dynamically Triangulating Lorentzian Quantum Gravity

A non-perturbative Lorentzian path integral for gravity

Non-perturbative 3d Lorentzian Quantum Gravity

Spectral Dimension ...

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A new direction

After a long hiatus, I’m back …

Back to what? Well, most of that hiatus was due to work, and I already keep a (boring) work journal. But the main thing is I’m back to doing physics …

The goal is to start (and finish) a dissertation in Computational Quantum ...

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