Miller Postdoctoral Fellow
251 Campbell Hall
My research focuses on time domain astronomy and high energy astrophysics. I use sky surveys and multi-wavelength observations to study the most energetic transient phenomena in the Universe, such as the explosion of stars, and the extreme environments around compact objects. At UC Berkeley, I aim to extend my observational tools to understand the accretion and jet physics during the tidal disruption of stars by massive black holes. I also hope to use these transients to probe the demography of black holes.