I am a 3rd year PhD student and NSF Graduate Research Fellow in the Department of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton and a visiting graduate student at the Institute for Advanced Study in the School of Natural Sciences. 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 deeply about math and science education, the accessibility of science, and equity and inclusion in physics, astronomy, and theoretical astrophysics. I put thought and effort toward these goals through my roles as a volunteer instructor of college courses in NJ prisons with PTI, an executive board member of Princeton Women in Physics, the grad student representative on our departmental climate committee, a frequent volunteer at Peyton Public Observing, and more.
Reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or if you’re local, find me in my windowless basement office, 015 Peyton Hall on Princeton’s campus, or at my other windowless basement office, BH 048 at the IAS (except for when I’m traveling, which you can see below)
*Sept. 28-Oct. 13, Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics (Kyoto, Japan), “Multi-Messenger Astrophysics in the Gravitational Wave Era”