My day job is to grapple with the behaviour of energy and matter at subatomic scales and to try and answer some big questions: Why are we here and what does it all mean?
Who Am I
I completed my undergraduate and graduate studies at Imperial College, London, and since June 2009 I have been in an entangled state of professorship at the University of Oxford.
What I Do
I made my name developing a novel way of quantifying entanglement and applying it to macroscopic physical systems. Besides physics, I enjoy drawing, wakeboarding, and playing my electric guitar with the Marshall amp turned all the way up to 11.
Get in Touch
If you'd like to ask me a question or discuss my research then please get in touch.
Quantum Relativistic: Being and Becoming
I’ve always found it curious that, while physics profoundly deepens our understanding of reality, it still does not answer some of the most fundamental questions of philosophy (I guess that’s why these questions belong to what we call “meta”physics).
An Unbroken Thread of Discovery
I really disliked history when I was at school. Boring, dry and irrelevant (at least the way I was taught). However, as I get older, I find myself increasingly more and more interested in it.