I am a 2nd year PhD student and NSF Graduate Research Fellow in the Department of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton. In 2017, I completed my undergraduate education at UC Berkeley in the Physics and Astronomy Departments.
I work in computational, nuclear astrophysics and am primarily interested in high-energy phenomena including supernovae, compact object mergers, thermonuclear burning, and accretion disks. My PhD advisor is Jim Stone.
Equity & Inclusion, Teaching, and Outreach
I care about making science more accessible and making the field of astronomy more equitable and welcoming to all. I put some thought and effort toward this objective by doing things like teaching college courses in NJ prisons, being an active member of Princeton WiP, etc.
Reach me at email@example.com, or if you’re local, find me in my windowless basement office, 009 Peyton Hall. But not currently, since I’m in Amsterdam/Berlin/TLV until August 12th.