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"The struggle itself towards the heights is enough to fill a man's heart. One must imagine Sisyphus happy." - Albert Camus

Photo taken from Manly Wharf, Sydney

February 2015, Paper in prep. -- Prospects for chemically tagging stars in the Galaxy.

February 2015, Paper in prep. -- Atomic gas in dust-lane early-type galaxies.

        I am a graduate student in astronomy at Harvard University. My current focus is on astrostatistics and applies machine learning methods to reconstruct dispersed star clusters. I am interested in understanding the chemical enrichment/dynamical history of the Milky Way. Besides, I am also involved in the study of nearby extragalactic evolution. We study about 500 early-type galaxies with prominent dust lanes. These galaxies have gone through recent minor mergers and are prototypes in the understanding of star formation at the present time. I also work on massive online open courses (MOOC) and develop interactive tools to teach astronomy.

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