Currently, my primary area of research is in the foundations of General Relativity and spacetime theories. My DPhil (PhD) thesis explores the dynamical origins of spacetime geometry across different theories.
My longer-term research plan focusses on the foundations of supersymmetry (SUSY). Despite its being a central component of most attempts to go beyond the Standard Model of particle physics, SUSY has been almost completely ignored by philosophers of physics. The overarching goal of my project, therefore, is to demonstrate the conceptual and foundational fecundity of SUSY for philosophy, both on its own terms using classical and quantum field-theoretic models, and in the context of its role in string theory.
I also maintain research interests in the philosophy of science. In particular, my recent research has focussed on the possibility of a robust notion of non-empirical theory confirmation.
Here is a more detailed recent CV.