Physics graduate student, hobby photographer

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About me

I am a physics graduate student, some of my current interests include:

Short History

I studied at the University of Nevada, Reno under Dr. Andrei Derevianko and with the GPS.DM Collaboration. As an undergraduate I contributed to a search for dark matter using GPS. I completed my Master’s degree with the same group, where I researched new ways to use GPS for astrophysics applications. Our novel concept involves correlating bursts of exotic fields sourced from high-energy astrophysical events such as the merger of binary black holes. I currently study at the University of Waterloo, with residency at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, where I work with the Strong Gravity group along with my advisors Niayesh Afshordi and Erik Schnetter.