Last year, Dun Wang (NYU) and Dan Foreman-Mackey (UW) discovered, on a visit to Bernhard Schölkopf (MPI-IS), that independent components analysis can be used to separate spacecraft and stellar variability in Kepler imaging, and perform variable-source photometry in crowded-field imaging. I started to write that up today. ICA is a magic method, which can't be correct in detail, but which is amazingly powerful straight out of the box.
I also worked on my slides for the 2017 Neugebauer Memorial Lecture at Caltech, which is on Wednesday. I am giving a talk the likes of which I have never given before.