Physics graduate student researching galaxy evolution

I received my undergraduate degree in physics at Georgia Institute Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. Currently, I am second year physics graduate student at UC Irvine researching galaxy evolution with Michael Cooper.

Some of my interests include skateboarding, traveling, learning new langauges, hiking and stargazing.

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Research Interests

As a galaxy evolution researcher, I am interested in understanding how properties of galaxies change throughout cosmic time. In particular, I'm interested in understanding how the star-formation rate of satellite galaxies evolves with time and how the transition of satellite galaxies from star-forming to quiescent depends on the halo mass of the host galaxy and the stellar mass of the satellites.

Currently, I am working on applying machine learning models to photometric datasets to classify galaxies as star-forming or quenched. With this information, I seek to expand our understanding of how environmental and/or internal processes influence star-formation in satellite galaxies with stellar masses between 1x107 < Msun < 109 that reside within host galaxies with halo masses between 1x1013 < Mhalo < 1x1014.

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