My research is highly multi-disciplinary. I develop new statistical and machine learning methods, especially for simulation-based inference (a.k.a. likelihood-free inference). I am an expert in large-scale structure cosmology and galaxy evolution. I am also heavily involved in two upcoming galaxy surveys, the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) and the Subaru Prime Focus Spectrograph (PFS). I served as a co-chair of the DESI Bright Galaxy Survey Working Group for the past three years and I am currently a co-leader of the PFS Cosmology Survey.
Before Princeton, I was a postdoc fellow at the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and UC Berkeley Center for Cosmological Physics. I completed my PhD in Physics at NYU Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics.