Hi there! I am an assistant physicist at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, NY.
At BNL, I work in Electronic Detector Group, focusing on answering fundamental questions about our Universe: Why is matter dominating antimatter? Can the proton decay? How do core-collapse supernovae happen? Are there additional neutrino flavors? What is dark matter?
In order to answer these questions, I spend most of my time on the development of new and powerful detector technology, Liquid Argon Projection Chamber (LArTPC). Collaborating with my colleagues here at BNL, I work developing a novel neutrino event reconstruction algorithm, known as Wire-Cell tomographic imaging.