About Me

I am an astrophysicist at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, where I hold a JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship.

My research focuses on understanding the complex physics that govern galaxy formation and evolution across a wide range of physical scales. More specifically, I use state-of-the-art simulations and machine learning techniques to forward-model observable properties of galaxies. This allows me to explore a variety of astrophysical processes in a data-driven way, from the formation of the youngest galaxies to the growth of massive dark matter halos that surround galaxies.

I earned my doctorate at Nagoya University, where I investigated the potential of unsupervised machine learning techniques for understanding galaxy evolution. Prior to that, I focused on solving inverse problems in astrophysics, particularly in the context of imaging surveys and Faraday tomography.

I invite you to explore my website and learn more about my research, publications, and ongoing projects. Some parts are still under construction but thank you for visiting!

Recent Updates

  • 2023/4/01 Moved to National Astronomical Observatory of Japan as a Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) Postdoctoral Fellow.

  • 2023/3/27 Obtained the Doctor of Science from Nagoya University, Japan!