Welcome! I am a postdoctoral fellow at CITA (the Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics), where I work on cosmology: the study of the evolution and contents of the universe as a whole. I'm interested in several topics related to current and upcoming observations on cosmological scales; these topics include line intensity mapping and its promise for cosmology, perturbation theory for large-scale structure (specifically the effective field theory approach), weak gravitational lensing, and efficient use of N-body simulations. I am also currently involved in the CCAT-prime collaboration and the Cosmic Visions 21cm working group.
Coming soon: a more detailed description of my research activities!
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics, 09/2016 - present
- Graduate Student Researcher, Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics / Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics & Cosmology, 09/2011 - 08/2016
- Undergraduate Research Assistant, UBC cosmology group, 05/2010 - 08/2011
- Undergraduate Research Assistant, Waterloo physics of information group, 05/2009 - 08/2009
- Undergraduate Research Assistant, TRIUMF T2K experiment group, 05/2008 - 08/2008
- A list of courses I have taught can be found here.
- An incomplete collection of code I have written or modified can be found on my github page (although I haven't actually posted any original code there yet - coming soon!). I have also contributed to codes for perturbation theory calculations, which can be found here, and a code (StringFast) for computing the effect of cosmic strings on CMB temperature and polarization power spectra, which can be found here.
- Here is a collection of my favorite pedagogical resources for various topics.
- If you've found this webpage by accident, you might be looking for one of these people instead.
Feel free to contact me about anything you've seen on this page!