Research Fields
Cosmic Rays, Gamma-ray Bursts, Virology
Term and History
2018/04/01 - 2022/12/31 Research Scientist
2023/03/01 - Visiting Scientist (Main: Assistant Professor, Aerospace, Physics And Space Sciences, Florida Institute of Technology, USA)


I grew up in America, but lived in Japan for a year before starting my Ph.D. course. I earned my doctorate at NC State University, studying cosmic ray acceleration and the morphology of supernova remnants. I currently study the afterglows of gamma-ray bursts, focusing on applying modern numerical results to the existing model for afterglow emission. My other interests include virtual reality as a tool for scientific visualization, and science communication to the public. I also recently embarked on a project in virology, with iTHEMS' Catherine Beauchemin.

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