About me

I’m a PhD student in Princeton University’s Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (AOS) Program, in which I study and perform research in the realm of geophysical fluid dynamics. My research focuses on ocean physics and ocean/climate modeling, where I use a skillset spanning the subjects of vector calculus, signal processing, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, computer programming, and general applied and computational mathematics.

I also (will) have various projects which highlight my personal and professional interests.


I’m always open to outreach opportunities, especially those that are geared towards making STEM more accessible to people from underrepresented backgrounds.

I’m also interested in helping others make their way into the field of ocean sciences and STEM, more generally. If you’re looking for any advice on gaining research experience, applying to graduate school, or just want general information, feel free to contact me.