I am a NASA Hubble Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for Theory and Computation, which is a part of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics at Harvard University. I received my PhD from the University of Chicago in 2019.

I specialize in computational astrophysics. My research aims to advance our understanding of how galaxies form and evolve, and together with my collaborators, I design and analyze supercomputer simulations of galaxies to gain insights into this problem. My previous and current work focuses on the origin of inefficient star formation in galaxies and the scaling relations between star formation rates and gas content, modeling interstellar turbulence, cosmic ray propagation, star formation, and various forms of stellar feedback, as well as a variety of topics in computational methods related to galaxy formation.

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