My research is focused on numerical relativity and gravitational wave modeling using data-driven methods. In general, I am interested in relativistic astrophysics, particularly involving compact objects such as black holes and neutron stars. With no promises of maintaining it up to date, here I will try and summarize the projects I'm working on, or have worked on in the past.

Modeling merger remnants

Predicting the final mass, spin, and recoil kicks of remnants of precessing binary black hole mergers.
Paper: 1809.09125. Press: Caltech, Ole Miss.

EMRI waveforms

Post-Newtonian templates for extreme mass ratio inspirals.
Paper: 1304.5675.