Particle Physics // Machine Learning // Music // Baseball
I'm an analyst working in baseball research and development with the Boston Red Sox.
Formerly, I was a postdoctoral researcher at Argonne National Laboratory where I worked to develop simulation and machine learning for particle physics on the first US exascale computer, Aurora.
In my Ph.D I worked on the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. My analysis was studying di-Higgs production - rare interactions that result in the production of 2 Higgs bosons. My work heavily focused on studying the Vector Boson Fusion production mode. I additionally worked on developing machine learning techniques to classify photons in the electromagnetic calorimeter as a DOE's SCGSR Fellow. Last, I worked on the FastTracKer upgrade experiment, developing online and offline software, as well as testing and commissioning a massively parallel hardware tracker.
In my free time, I enjoy music (particularly jazz), baking bread, and running. For more information on all of these, feel free to check out the blog component of this page.