Welcome to my homepage!
I am a research scholar in the Department of Physics at
Princeton University, and a member of the Princeton
and Gravity Theory
interface of gravitational physics and astrophysics. The
goal of my work is to understand strong field gravitation
and to solve long-standing astrophysical puzzles. Much of my
work aims at modeling gravitational wave sources.
The dawn of gravitational wave astronomy and astrophysics is
here! On Thursday, February 11, 2016, the LIGO-VIRGO
collaboration (LVSC) announced
to the world the first direct detection of a gravitational
wave signal! You can read more about this historic moment in
Congratulations to the LVSC on their breakthrough!
Useful links: arXiv
, Princeton weather
I am always excited to work with students. Senior
undergraduate and graduate students interested in numerical
relativity, gravitation, gravitational wave source modeling,
and relativistic astrophysics are encouraged to contact me
via email to schedule a meeting and discuss
about potential projects that can be done in collaboration
with me and
Note: please email me if you find
any broken links or other errors on this website.