I’m Jamie Sullivan, a cosmology PhD student at Berkeley working with Uroš Seljak in the Berkeley Center for Cosmological Physics.

I build numerical models of large-scale structure and try to learn something physical from them along the way. Some of that learning comes from modern statistical inference tools, which I’ve also spent some time developing. I’m an author of the differentiable Boltzmann solver Bolt (with Zack Li). I’m also a contributor to the high-performance N-body simulation code HACC. To see more of my code (at your own risk) head over to my github page.

I’m currently a DoE Office of Science Graduate Student Research awardee, and was a DoE Computational Science Graduate Fellow for 4 years prior.

While in the Bay area, I’ve had the wonderful experience of serving as STEM faculty at Mount Tamalpais College for the last couple of years. Through MTC, I’ve taught Intermediate Algebra, Physics I (with Lab), and Statistics for college credit in San Quentin State Prison as lecturer/co-instructor. See more here.

If you’re so inclined, some talk slides and paper links can be found here.

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