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Graduate student at the University of New Hampshire

I'm a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate at the University of New Hampshire. I study numerical relativity, simulating black hole-neutron star binary systems while also working on code infrastructure for the Spectral Einstein Code (SpEC). I previously studied physics and astrophysics at UMASS Dartmouth, and I've worked on projects relating to axion and WIMP dark matter detection. Aside from physics, I enjoy baking, running, reading, and making art.


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Contact me at tia.martineau@unh.edu.

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