Talks

 Invited Talks

  • Astrophysics, Gravitation and Cosmology Seminar, University of Illinois, IL, USA, Feb. 2017 (upcoming)
  • Cosmology Meeting, CITA, University of Toronto, Canada, Jan. 2017
  • Cosmology Seminar, Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, Canada, Jan. 2017
  • KIPAC Cosmology Seminar, Stanford University, CA, USA, Oct. 2016

“Complete Reionization Constraints with Planck 2015 Polarization”.

  • KIPAC Tea Talk, Stanford SLAC, CA, USA, Oct. 2016

“Lensing Bias on CMB Measurements of Compensated Isocurvature Perturbations”.

  • BCCP/Cosmology Seminar, UC Berkeley, CA, USA, Oct. 2016

“Complete Reionization Constraints with Planck 2015 Polarization”.

  • TAPIR Seminar, Caltech, CA, USA, Oct. 2016

“Complete Reionization Constraints with Planck 2015 Polarization”.

  • IMPS Seminar, UC Santa Cruz, CA, USA, Oct. 2016

“Complete Reionization Constraints with Planck 2015 Polarization”.

  • Physics Department Special Seminar, McGill University Montreal, Canada, Sept. 2013

“Prospects of Detecting Gamma Rays from Annihilating Dark Matter in Dwarf Galaxies in the Era of DES and LSST”.

  • Undergraduate Students Symposium, McGill University, Montreal, Jan. 2012.

“Pulsars – Light Houses of the Universe”.

 

Contributed Talks

  • COSMO-2016, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, Aug. 2016

“Lensing Bias on CMB Measurements of Compensated Isocurvature Perturbations”.

  • WOPAT, University of Chicago, USA, 2016

“Nonlinear Excitations in Inflationary Power Spectra”.

  • Graduate Student Symposium, University of Chicago, USA, 2015

“Compensated Isocurvature Perturbations in the Curvaton Model”.

  • Conference Women in Physics Canada 2011, Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, Canada, July 2011

“Searching for Neutron Stars in Disguise with NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory”.

 

Posters

  • Essential Cosmology for the Next Generation 2016, Mexico, Jan. 2016 (Best poster prize)

“Compensated Isocurvature Perturbations in the Curvaton Model”.

  • 7th Undergraduate Research Conference, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, Sept. 2011 (1st place in Physical Sciences category)

“Hunting for Neutron Stars in Disguise with NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory”.