My research revolves around methods for detection and classification of gravitational waves (GWs). The main focus of my research currently is to develop software methods which would aid the work of the LIGO-Virgo Collaboration in analysing the data currently taken by the detectors. I also have interest in low-frequency GW detection methods, and the stochastic GW background. Further, I am interested in the orbits of extreme mass-ratio inspirals and their significance for the LISA mission.
Here's a link to my publications on Inspire
I did my undergraduate degree at the University of Oxford. Following this, I studied Part III Mathematics at the University of Cambridge, where I went on to complete a PhD in 2018. Since September 2019 I am a post doc in Alessandra Buonanno's division at the AEI.