In a very broad sense, my research interests are centered around the big problems in cosmology: understanding the nature of dark matter and dark energy, and probing the physics of inflation. I am particularly interested in developing techniques to extract cosmological information from large data sets, and in coming up with new cosmological signals to investigate.
While at the University of Chicago I have worked on several topics, including indirect detection of dark matter via gamma-rays, understanding signals of non-gaussianity coming from reionization, and improving correlation function estimators. See the "Papers" section for a list of my publications.
This is where I keep track of some of my current work.