I’m an astroparticle physicist with a special interest in high energetic cosmic rays and neutrinos. My work focuses on developing the radio technique to measure cosmic rays and neutrinos. I am involved in piloting a radio array in Antarctica for neutrino detection with the ARIANNA experiment, the RNO-G detector in Greenland currently under construction, and designing the next-generation radio detector for IceCube-Gen2 at the South Pole. I also worked with the Pierre Auger Observatory, the world’s largest cosmic-ray detector located in Argentina. My work includes theoretical modeling of the radio emission as well as the extraction of the cosmic-ray and neutrino properties from measurements.