My research interests tend to lie at the intersection of theoretical cosmology, particle astrophysics, and high-powered computing (HPC). I am moved by questions of cosmic archaeology, encapsulating phenomena in the early universe including inflation, dark matter production, primordial black holes, and large scale structure evolution. At the same time, I am passionate about questions of archaeoastronomy and cosmogony, particularly in the case of using primary hieroglyphic sources to map Ancient Egyptian constellations and understand relevant notions of universal creation.
2020 - Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST)
2019 - Franke Graduate Student Fellowship