My experience and interests include, in no particular order, continuum thermomechanics (3 years experience), general relativity (4 years experience), quantum theory (8 years experience), theoretical neuroscience (2 years experience). Bayesian probability calculus (15 years experience) and differential geometry (17 years experience) have been common denominators across these fields. I also have a passion for modern logic and history of physics. In each of the mentioned subjects I have published original research or given popularizing seminars and lectures.
My teaching and supervising experience ranges from ground-school children to Ph.D. students, in academic institutions and as private tutor.
In research and in teaching I believe in broadness and interdisciplinarity rather than specialization: the diverse fields in physics, mathematics, and the other sciences are just one, as one is the sky above us.