Read more about my work on sea ice, polar climates, and data-driven gravity wave parameterizations.
Thanks for visting my website! I am a 2nd year PhD student at the University of Washington in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences. I am interested polar science and climate change, and am part of the Ice Climate Group at UW. Checkout my research page to learn more about my current and past projects.
I am broadly interested in the physics of the atmosphere, climate feedbacks, and climate extremes. Before coming to UW, I worked with Dr. Aditi Sheshadri at Stanford University to build a machine learning parameterization of gravity wave drag. Outside of my academic work, you'll find me studying Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, exploring Washington's national parks, or reading about the green energy revolution.