I designed a massively parallel algorithm and progressive rendering scheme in order to interactively visualize all 1.5 billion+ stars observed by the Gaia satellite.
FIRE studio is a visualization package I created to streamline the process of producing publication-quality images of galaxy formation simulation data.
WIND is a CUDA library I built to numerically integrate stiff systems of coupled ODEs-- in particular interstellar chemical abundance networks.
As part of a class project I built a statistical model to understand and simplify our the results of our supercomputer simulation and apply them in other contexts at less (computational) cost.
Everyone knows about the sun, fewer people know where it came from and how other stars might've influenced its formation. [pictured: M104, the Sombrero Galaxy (p.c. NASA/HST)]