David became passionate about quantum field theory and general relativity while attending MIT for undergraduate studies. During his graduate studies at UCLA he worked on efficient scattering amplitude methods for Yang-Mills theory and its relation to solutions of gravity. His PhD thesis discussed how to compute gravitational radiation from Feynman diagrams. This further demonstrated that theoretical methods used for the LHC can be relevant for LIGO, two of the largest experimental endeavors. David is also interested in the application of exceptional mathematics to describe quantum gravity beyond the standard model physics.

#### Publications

##### 2023

- Dixon-Rosenfeld lines and the Standard Model
- Quantization of a New Canonical, Covariant, and Symplectic Hamiltonian Density
- Three Fibonacci-chain aperiodic algebras
- Monstrous M-theory
- Beyond the Standard Model with Six-Dimensional Spinors
- SL(2, C) Scheme Processing of Singularities in Quantum Computing and Genetics

##### 2022

- On the Operator Origins of Classical and Quantum Wave Functions
- Octonionic Planes and Real Forms of G2 , F4 and E6
- Algebraic Morphology of DNA–RNA Transcription and Regulation
- A magic approach to octonionic Rosenfeld spaces
- Fricke Topological Qubits
- DNA Sequence and Structure under the Prism of Group Theory and Algebraic Surfaces
- Conjugation Matters Bioctonionic Veronese Vectors and Cayley-Rosenfeld Planes
- Exploiting Anyonic Behavior of Quasicrystals for Topological Quantum Computing
- Character Varieties and Algebraic Surfaces for the Topology of Quantum Computing

##### 2021

- Group Theory of Syntactical Freedom in DNA Transcription and Genome Decoding
- Warm Dark Matter from Higher-Dimensional Gauge Theories
- Finite Groups for the Kummer Surface: the Genetic Code and a Quantum Gravity Analogy

##### 2020

- Exceptional super Yang-Mills in 27 + 3 and worldvolume M-theory
- The Self–Simulation Hypothesis Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics