My research focuses on electromagnetic signatures of accreting
supermassive binary black holes. I use supercomputers to perform
simulations of these systems in order to make predictions about
observational signatures we can exploit to help us discover them. The
simulations I am currently working on are performed on large
supercomputers such as NASA's Pleiades Supercomputer using a code
called DISCO, which was originally created by Paul Duffell at NYU.