This page is under construction. Future updates will likely include more project details and links to talk slides/videos.

The main focus of my current research is the nature of dark matter and its effects on the early universe and the first stars and galaxies. I also work on cosmological reionization, black hole populations, big bang relics, and high-energy astrophysics. You can find my publications here and a list of recent presentations in my CV.

A few of my current collaborators (and project topics) include, in order of distance from my current institution:

  • Prof. Stuart Wyithe, School of Physics, University of Melbourne
    Consequences of dark matter annihilation on early structure formation

  • Prof. Richard Easther, Department of Physics, University of Auckland
    Inflation and the small-scale matter power spectrum

  • Dr. Leonidas Moustakas, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
    Cosmological microlensing constraints on intermediate-mass black holes

  • Dr. Jonathan Pritchard, Astrophysics Group, Physics Department, Imperial College London
    21cm absorption and damped Lyman-alpha systems

Past collaborators and co-authors include, in rough chronological order: