Kaze W. K. Wong
I am a research fellow at the Center of Computational Astrophysics, Flatiron Institute. My research interest centers around gravitational-wave and machine learning, i.e. I look at black holes and think about gravity like a machine on a daily basis. I develop new methods and codes to help understand the very nature of our spacetime. Checkout some of my research here!
I love animation, and I love using animation to tell stories in science.
I make videos to explain sophisticated concepts in layman's terms,
or simply to make enjoyable movies.
Checkout some of my animation work here.
As much as I love understanding and promoting gravity, I love fighting it too. I am trying to get good at high jumping, and I like to build systems using math and machine learning to improve myself techniques. Checkout some of my best jumps here.