About Me

I am a first year Computational Science Graduate Fellow studying astronomy at the University of Washington. I am currently working with the Data Management group at UW led by Mario Juric. In the past, I have worked in high energy physics with the Mu2e collaboration at the University of Virginia and at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory studying binary pulsars. Feel free to reach out to me via email.

Email

Work

I believe in open source coding and open source science. I try to put all of my projects on Github, which you can find a link for below. My main work focus right now is in organizing a new research group at the University of Virginia with Dr. Kevin Stovall of NRAO Socorro, involving approximately 20 physics and astronomy undergraduate students. Students observe pulsars using the Long Wavelength Array (LWA) over the span of an academic year, constructing a timing solution for the pulsar. You can follow the progress of the group below.

Github    Pulsar

Image courtesy of NRAO/AUI.