Under the direction of Pierre Gremaud, I received a PhD in Applied Mathematics from North Carolina State University (NCSU) in December 2018. I was a Given's associate at Argonne National Laboratory in summer 2016, a graduate fellow in the SAMSI program on optimization in 2016-2017, a technical intern in the Center for Computing Research at Sandia National Laboratories in summer 2017, and the president of the SIAM Student Chapter at NCSU  from 2016-2018. I am currently a member of the SIAM Education Committee, and a member of the SIAM Festivals Working Group.

I have moved to Sandia National Laboratories as a postdoc. Here is a link to my current webpage.

I am interested in uncertainty quantification, scientific computing, data science, and computational statistics. In particular, I am interested in the interface of uncertainty quantification, mathematical  models, and data driven approaches. A list of my publications is available here. My CV is available here.