James Colin Hill recently joined the Center for Computational Astrophysics as an Associate Research Scientist. Colin earned his PhD. and M.A. in Astrophysical Sciences from Princeton University. He received a M.ASt. / Certificate of Advanced Studies in Mathematics with Distinction from the University of Cambridge, and his S.B. from MIT. Colin held positions at Simons Foundation previously as a Junior Fellow for the Simons Society of Fellows, as well as a consultant for CCA, before joining IAS as a postdoctoral fellow. Colin has won numerous awards, including the Enseignant Chercheur Invit ́e (Universit ́e Paris Diderot); the R.A. Watchman Prize for Part III Mathematics; the Barrett Award for Research in Astrophysics (MIT); and the Orloff Award for Service in Physics (MIT). As part of a dynamic and growing group, Colin will develop algorithms and codes for computational astrophysics, analyze large astronomy data sets, develop his own research programs.