Alin is interested in mathematical inversion problems in solar physics: spectroscopic and polarimetric inversions, differential emission measures, magnetic field disambiguations, and derived associated products: physical unit calibrations, plasma temperature and density measurements, magnetic field inferrals, etc. Alin has attained experience with line spectroscopy, filtergram, and in-situ heliospheric observations in solar IR, EUV, Radio, and X-ray wavelengths, and limited experience with machine learning approaches and analytical MHD modeling. Currently, he is actively involved in interpreting ground based infrared observations, atomic theory, and spectro-polarimetry, and is developing and maintaining CLEDB, a magnetic field inversion and data pipeline for coronal observations. Alin is passionate about enabling and fostering collaborations, especially with students interested in solar physics topics. Please do not hesitate to reach him out!