|1. What's your name?|
2. Where were you working most recently?
3. Are you here as a student, postdoc, faculty member, researcher, admin, or in some other capacity?
4. Are you working closely with a particular group (CIPS, RAL, TAC, ...) and / or on a particular fellowship (Miller, Einstein, NSF, ...)?
No fellowship. See below for group / research interests.
5. If you're a student or postdoc, who is your faculty mentor? If you're faculty or staff, is there someone with whom you'll be working closely?
6. Which office are you sitting in?
7. Tell us (in 2 or 3 sentences) a little about what you'll be working on at Berkeley.
I'm part of the of the Palomar Transient Factory, a wide-field (8 sq deg.), high cadence (time scales of minutes to days) survey of the optical sky to search for known (SNe, novae, AGN, etc.) and unknown transient phenomena. My thesis work was in the GRB field, so I will also likely continue studies of Swift and (soon) Fermi events here.