Last Update 2019/02/22
I'm a Postdoc at Kavli IPMU (Tokyo U.) and GRAPPA (Amsterdam U.). Previously I was a research associate in the Center for Neutrino Physics at Virginia Tech. My research interests lie at the interface of particle physics and astrophysics. A central theme of my research program is the possibility that Dark Matter particles - which are invisible to optical telescopes - may produce gamma-ray photons as the result of collisions with each other. A clear-cut detection of this signal in regions where Dark Matter is abundant and the background is well understood would have profound implications for our understanding of the Universe.
Back to Member List.