1235 Atlantic Building

4254 Stadium Drive

College Park, MD 20742

I am a sixth-year graduate student in astronomy at the University of Maryland, where Cole Miller is my advisor. I also work with Adam Dempsey and Hui Li in the Theoretical Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Previously, I was pre-doctoral fellow at the Flatiron Institute Center for Computational Astrophysics.

My research interests include compact objects, accretion disks, gravitational dynamics, high-order numerical methods, plasma physics, stellar evolution, Bayesian inference, and high-performance computing.

Prior to attending the University of Maryland, I studied physics and astronomy at the University of Illinois, where I researched active galactic nuclei under the guidance of Xin Liu.