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I am a final-year PhD student at MIT in the Department of Physics. I am a member of the CHIME/FRB Collaboration, and I am lucky to call Kiyo Masui my PhD supervisor. Since 2018 I’ve been playing a leading role in the CHIME/FRB Outriggers Project, which aims to VLBI-localize hundreds of fast radio bursts (FRBs) to 50 mas precision over CHIME’s entire 200 deg^2 field of view every year. These FRBs and their redshifts will open up a new tracer of baryonic large-scale structure. FRBs are also a fast, compact, and ubiquitous transient (one FRB hits Earth every 2 minutes!) to use as a backlight for gravitational lensing.

Starting in September 2023, I will be a Miller Fellow at UC Berkeley, and an Einstein Fellow supported by the NASA Hubble Fellowship Program. I’ll continue my work with CHIME/FRB with the help of the Radio Astronomy Lab (Dave DeBoer), as well as folks in the Department of Astronomy (Wenbin Lu) and Department of Physics (Liang Dai). Nevertheless, I maintain very broad scientific interests. I am always happy to have conversations about quantum optics, the foundations of quantum mechanics, and new developments in atomic physics.