The Roundy research group studies the properties of condensed matter systems with a focus on fluid systems. Historically, I have done other research including liquid superconductors and nanotubes using first-principles computational methods. Currently (as of 2019), my focus is on classical density functional theory and the development of "flat histogram" Monte Carlo methods which allow for more efficient simulation of equilibrium thermal properties.
My second research emphasis has been in the field of Physics Education Research, with a focus on thermal and computational physics. For more information, see my education page.