Back at Caltech: Supermassive Excitement

I’m delighted to be back doing numerical relativity research at Caltech after taking a year leave to deploy to the South Pole with the South Pole Telescope collaboration. I will continue to be involved with the South Pole Telescope data analysis in parallel with my work at Caltech to simulate formation pathways for supermassive black holes.

I will be running a computing school called Summer App Space this summer for Pasadena area high school students and high school teachers. Learn more at and forward to anyone who might be interested.

Finally, I’ve launched a brand new design of this blog in the hopes that it will be easier to navigate new content. If you want to follow more daily updates on my science check out the blog’s twitter at Thanks for visiting.

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