Who I am
My name is Jonah Miller. I graduated summa cum laude from the University of Colorado at Boulder, with a bachelors degree in math and physics. I got my Ph.D. in numerical relativity at the Guelph-Waterloo Physics Institute and at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. My PhD advisor was Erik Schnetter. In addition to general knowledge about both fields I study, I have specialized knowledge and interest in differential geometry, general and special relativity, lasers, astrophysics, and high-performance computing. I’ve done research on ultrafast optics, Cartan’s Method of Moving Frames, and quantum gravity. I’m a Linux hobbyist, I like science fiction, and I write fiction for fun.
I started this blog because I want to share my love of physics and math with all of you.
More About Me
You can find more about me, and my accomplishments on the Jonah’s Stuff page.