I am a second year graduate student at Princeton University working in the particle phenomenology group under Dr. Mariangela Lisanti. My current projects center around computational models for galactic formation and evolution: I’m interested in uncovering what these processes imply for the physics of dark matter. This year I’m also a Resident Graduate Student for Butler College!
I earned my undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in 2020. As an undergraduate researcher, I worked on projects in high-energy physics with the ATLAS experiment, particularly regarding searches for beyond-the-Standard Model phenomena through heavy quark dynamics. I worked primarily with Dr. Joseph Haley of Oklahoma State University on vector-like quark model phenomenology.
This is my personal website, a central hub for my academic online presence! Here you can find the rest of my online presence, a digital version of my curriculum vitæ containing information on my current and past projects, as well as a page where I host my notes for the Princeton preliminary exam!