Here are a selection of recent research presentations

Summer Schools

RPI Computational Summer School 2022

I gave a set of lectures on introductory scattering theory and lattice QCD for hadron spectroscopy at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) computational summer school 2022. I prepared a set of exercises in Python using Jupyter notebooks which can be found here.

REYES Nuclear Physics Mentor Program

I co-hosted the **Nuclear Physics Mentor Program** through Remote Experience for Young Engineers and Scientists (REYES) in 2021, 2022, and 2023. Our goal was to introduce concepts of QCD, scattering theory, and nuclear spectroscopy to a broad audience. I wrote a set of lectures and Python notebooks on the basic mathematical and physical concepts needed to understand nuclear interactions. The video playlist for the 2021 lectures can be found here, and the lecture slides and Python exercise notebooks are located here. The 2022 playlist is located here.

Lattice Practices 2021

In June 28 – July 16, 2021, I participated in the INT Summer School on Problem Solving in Lattice QCD, where I developed numerical exercises for the Hadron Spectroscopy lectures. Raúl Briceño was the main lecturer, and his lecture videos are linked here. The exercises are located here.

Indiana University Summer School on Reaction Theory 2017

I taught lectures on Partial Wave Analysis and Resonances at the 2017 Indiana University Summer School on Reaction Theory. The school was organized by the Joint Physics Analysis Center (JPAC), with the purpose of education young researches on details of scattering theory for hadron spectroscopy. Video lectures and exercises can be found here.