I am a professor and chair of the physics department of the University of Richmond. I grew up in the Boston area and went to school at Princeton and Berkeley. After that, I taught at Bates College and at St. Cloud State University.
My research interests mostly have to do with cosmology, especially the cosmic microwave background radiation. Here is a description of some of the things my research group has been up to lately.
If you want more detail, you can look at my CV. And if even that’s not enough, you can read my scholarly publications, almost all of which are posted on the incredibly useful preprint arxiv.
Most of these articles are written for specialists, but I have written some things for a more general readership, as listed on this page.