Current Graduate Student
Stellar/Galactic Archeology, Chemical Evolution of the Universe, Galaxy formation/evolution, Near-field Cosmology
I am a first-year graduate student in astronomy (Yay!) and a Cranor Fellow.
Before Berkeley, I earned my B.Sc. in Physics and Mathematics at MIT in 2019. I worked on a variety of projects surrounding the early universe. I worked with Anna Frebel to understand metal-poor stars and neutron capture processes, and with Alan Guth on hybrid inflation and primordial black holes.
Besides research, I am excited about outreach events, science communication and astrophotography.
Unrelated to space and astronomy, I grew up in Zürich, Switzerland and love mountains and the outdoors. I also enjoy playing and watching sports and I really like movies!
You can find me at desk 202E, come say hi :)