- Numerical relativity, in particular study of compact object binaries.
- Gravitational wave modelling and astrophysics.
- Formulations of the initial value problem of general relativity.
- Understanding definitions of local quantities in general relativity.Publications
is a link to my publications from SPIRES, and here
is a link to my publications from the ADS database.
I studied astronomy and physics during my undergraduate degree at
University of Toronto from 2005 to 2009, with my senior thesis on
modelling bow-shock wind nebulae. In 2009, I did a 1 year
Master's degree at University of Toronto, working on a short project
with Professor Harald Pfeiffer, getting acquainted with Spectral
Einstein Code (SpEC). I continued on with my Ph.D., with the main focus
on simulating and understanding precessing binary black hole systems,
graduating in 2015. I joined the AEI as a postdoc in September 2015.