Currently I am working with Daniel Kasen, Phil Hopkins, and Eliot Quataert to perform detailed radiative transport calculations that will help explain how supermassive black holes at the centers of galaxies grow. Our first results can be found here.
As an undergraduate, I worked with Professor Richard Easther of Yale University to develop a simulation of one way in which the inflationary epoch of the very early universe could have come to an end.
My research is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science Graduate Fellowship Program
I have been a graduate student instructor for Berkeley's Physics 7B (fall 2009) and 8B (spring 2010)
I participate in Berkeley's Compass Project, a program designed to help build community for incoming undergraduates interested in science.
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