Hello! I recently defended my PhD in Applied Physics from Caltech under the guidance of William A. Goddard III. The topic of my thesis was computational materials design, with a focus on lithium-ion batteries. Previously, I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Cornell University with a B.S. in Engineering Physics.
My research interest is primarily in understanding the mathematical underpinnings of complex systems. More generally, I am interested in a broad range of problems at the intersection of software engineering, physics and data science. You can check out some of my projects here.
Portrait by Michael J. DeAngelo