Graduate Research Assistant
2000 Colorado Ave, Boulder, CO 80309
Duane Physics Building, Rm. E226
My research focuses on measuring the redshifted 21-cm line from neutral Hydrogen in the early universe. The 21-cm line is a powerful probe of the physics of the Dark Ages, before luminous sources existed, as well as the astrophysics of the first stars and galaxies. I work mostly on extracting the 21-cm global signal from observational data through statistical and mathematical techniques.