I am working on analysing XENON data, so that we can draw conclusions on which (if any!) dark matter models are compatible with our data. Working to ensure that the analyses we perform are both powerful and robust involves collaborating with a lot of other analysts in designing and testing models for both signal and background in our detector.

Before I moved to Columbia, I wrote my PhD on these topics at Stockholm University, where I also took part in indirect dark matter searches with H.E.S.S. II, looking for a gamma-ray line from the galactic center. As an undergraduate at the University of Bergen, I was also involved in ATLAS SUSY analyses.