I serve as a project scientist for the LINCC project - developing cutting edge open-source software to analyze and understand the vast amount of data expected from the upcoming LSST survey. In particular, I am working on developing time-domain software, with the goal of developing a full framework for scientific understanding of timeseries data. I am also involved in the scientific verification and commissioning of the LSST survey.
Previously I was a member of the astronomy data group at Princeton University - I was working on the development of a 2d reduction pipeline for the upcoming Prime Focus Spectrograph. This instrument is being installed on the Subaru Telescope. I completed my Ph.D. at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH Zurich) in the group of dr. Simon Lilly.
More information about my activities is available on my personal website (see above).