Hello! I'm Luna (she/they)!
I'm a non-binary transwoman studying physics at the Niels Bohr institute - University of Copenhagen, and work with the Steinhardt research group to understand the galactic evolutionary sequence. Mostly by looking at cosmic dust.
Previously, I have worked with the Hammer research group on modeling material properties using machine learning. Basically, computationally figuring out how to build stable molecules with specific properties.
From 2018 to 2021, I worked at Capra Robotics as a robotics software engineer building on computer vision systems to improve the autonomous capabilities of the robotics platform.
In 2018, I won the physical science category in the Danish Young Scientists competition, and qualified for the European championship where I won a special prize by CERN for best particle physics project, and qualified for the World championship with my project "Detecting Elementary Particles Using Neural Networks".
If you wish to contact me, you may do so at [email protected]
Sometimes, I do things that journalists find newsworthy. You can find a selection of articles here.
I care a lot about education, and people having access to high quality individualized education. A need which for many does not get met, and I have written about the failures of the educational system multiple times. In order to address these problems, I'm building a platform to teach people mathematics. It's still in its early stages, but if you're interested in being one of the first people to try, you can sign up for early access .