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I'm a cosmologist working on the large-scale structure of the universe and gravitational lensing of photons from the Cosmic Microwave Background. Inspired by theory and simulations, I develop new techniques that can increase the science return of ongoing and future observations, hoping to make progress in our understanding of e.g. the big bang, dark energy or neutrinos. After my PhD at the University of Cambridge I moved to UC Berkeley as a BCCP Postdoc Fellow. From there, I moved to the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton where I currently work as Bezos Member in the School of Natural Sciences.
If you are an undergraduate or graduate student looking for research projects in cosmology please email me any time and let me know what you are interested in. I often have small and timely projects, where already some short calculations or simple Python scripts could lead to exciting new results.