I am a computational astrophysicist at Northwestern University’s Center for Interdisciplinary Exploration and Research in Astrophysics (CIERA).

My research interests cover diverse aspects of planet formation and dynamics, as well as the formation and evolution of stellar binaries. My areas of expertise include numerical methods for direct hydrodynamical simulations, few body gravitational dynamics, planet and binary migration, astrophysical fluid dynamics and sub-millimeter interferometry.  I am also interested in data mining, time series  and Bayesian statistics.

Before moving to Northwestern, I was a Research Associate at Cornell University (2013-2016), and before that, a graduate student at Harvard University (PhD, 2013).  During 2017, I held brief stints at the Technion in Israel and Steward Observatory in Arizona.