Robert A. Millikan Fellow at California Institute of Technology

I'm a Robert A. Millikan fellow at Caltech working on the direct imaging of exoplanets, brown dwarfs and debris disks (extra solar analogs to our own Kuiper and asteroid belts). I work on a mix of instrumentation, observation and data analysis. Take a look around the website, and please get in touch if you see anything that interests you!

    News and Travel:
  • I'm happy to annouce that in November 2020 I'll be moving to a faculty position at UC Santa Barbara. Students and potential students, please reach out, I'm happy to chat any time!
  • In May my paper on using polarization to detected cloud bands in Luhman 16 was published. Link Here
  • SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation has moved Dec 2020, hope to see you there!
  • Last December I hosted a workshop on Exoplanet Polarimetry at the Lorentz Center in Leiden. If you're interested in learning more about the outcomes, please let me know. See below for the poster: