Curriculum Vitae

I study the physics of galaxy formation and evolution using data from large survey programs. To handle these unwieldy datasets I employ machine learning and Bayesian statistics allowing me to extract meaningful information.


Prof. Yashar Hezaveh
Université de Montréal Astrophysics department
Prof. Hezaveh is my Postdoctoral Supervisor

Prof. Stéphane Courteau
Queen’s University Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy
Prof. Courteau is my PhD Supervisor

Prof. Anthony Noble
Queen’s University Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy
Prof. Noble was one of my MSc Supervisors

Dr. Chris Jillings
Dr. Jillings was my supervisor for multiple co-op terms during my undergrad

Dr. Melanie Ledgerwood
Teledyne DALSA
Dr. Ledgerwood was the department manager for my co-op term at Teledyne DALSA

Current Positions

Postdoctoral Fellow, Université de Montréal

Joint Postdoctoral Fellow, MILA

CITA National Fellow, Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics

NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council


Ph.D. Queen’s University
(May 2018 – Aug 2022)
Topic: Deciphering the Complexity of Galaxy Structure
Advisor: Professor Stéphane Courteau

M.Sc. Queen’s University
(May 2016 – Aug 2018)
Topic: From Surface Events in DEAP-3600 to the Radial Acceleration Relation in Spiral Galaxies
Advisors: Professor Anthony Noble and Professor Stéphane Courteau

B.Sc. University of Waterloo
(Sept 2011 – Apr 2016)
Co-operative program, Honours Physics
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