I am a Hubble Einstein Fellow at Carnegie Observatories. I was previously a postdoc at Berkeley/LBL as a joint TAC and ECP fellow. I received my Ph.D from Princeton University, studying core-collapse supernovae theory through multi-dimensional simulations.
My research interests probe the role of both large-scale and small-scale effects, from rotation to neutrino-matter microphysics, to better understand these Titans of Nature.
SN1987a, Hubble Space Telescope
I am also part of the SciDac4 collaboration to utilize exascale computation with existing astrophysical codes.
My publications are available at the ADS Library.