Read more about my work on sea ice, polar climates, and data-driven gravity wave parameterizations.
Thanks for visting my website! I am a 3rd year PhD student in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Washington (UW), and I am member of the Ice Climate Group led by Professor Cecilia Bitz. I use machine learning, climate modeling, and data analysis to study extreme weather and climate change. Checkout my research page to learn more about my current and past projects.
Before coming to UW, I worked with Professor 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 clean energy transition.