Currently a member of the Caltech LIGO Laboratory Astrophysics group, where I work on the detection and characterization of ripples in spacetime created by colliding black holes in distant galaxies. My career is marked by nearly a decade of achievement in applying advanced statistical and machine learning techniques to some of the most challenging topics in astrophysics. In addition to a strong foundation in data science and programming, I have developed skills in theory, source simulation, time series analysis, digital signal processing, and experimental design. I am eager to put these fundamental skills to work solving challenging problems in new fields.
PhD, Physics • 2007
Thesis: Topics in the Perturbation Theory of Rotating Black Holes
BA, Physics • 2001
Larry R Price
California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, CA 91125