I live in Lansing, Michigan, which borders East Lansing (MSU) and is about 50 minutes from Ann Arbor (UMich) and 1.5ish hours from Detroit. I’m generally at UMich on Mondays and at MSU Tuesdays-Fridays. Please contact me if you’d like to meet up during one of my trips below or if you’ll be coming through Michigan!
Upcoming trips and events:
Giving an astronomy seminar at the McGill Space Institute on December 11th at 3:30pm.
Giving two talks at AAS 223, January 6-10 in Seattle, Washington. One is an invited talk in the NICER special session on NICER results of accreting stellar-mass compact objects, and a talk on my latest research in the NSF fellow session.
Giving two invited talks at the AAS HEAD meeting, March 17-21 in Monterey, California (pending acceptance of sessions). One is on spectral-timing methodology and one is on software tools for variability studies.
You can see slides from some of my previous talks here.