KICP Associate fellow, University of Chicago
Ph.D., Physics, Princeton University, 2012
My background is in the measurement of low-energy (< 5 MeV) Solar neutrinos with the Borexino detector. I have also done work in preparation for the detection of the prompt neutrino burst from the next core-collapse Galactic Supernova.
Currently I am working with J. Zhou and Prof. Privitera on the DAMIC experiment, which aims to employ CCD technology for the possible detection of GeV-scale cold dark matter particles.
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