I am a PhD student at Stanford University. My research spans theoretical physics, AI, and deep learning. I am excited about applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning in physics, emergent phenomena, and the role of complexity in physical systems.
I completed my Bachelors and Masters (Part III of the Tripos) at Trinity College, University of Cambridge.
I worked at Institute of Astronomy on galaxy clusters in X-ray, Albert Einstein Institute on large scale data mining for pulsar discovery, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics on perturbative approaches to black hole formation in AdS-like geometries, and DAMTP on cross-correlations of gamma-rays and the CMB in the sky. At Stanford, I have worked on quantum gravity, theoretical neuroscience, computer vision, cosmology, and astrophysics.
I actively co-organize and coach at the Czech Astronomy Olympiad, setting problems and preparing students for the IOAA. I sometimes lecture at the Czech Physics Olympiad and prepare students for IPhO. I co-organized the 1st and 2nd International Workshop on Astronomy and Astrophysics in Estonia and the Czech Republic. I am also an amateur astrophotographer.
On top of my research, I work on a number of side projects in mathematics, physics, and CS. They usually involve coding in Python, NumPy, and TensorFlow.