My current research interests include the simulation of virtual acoustic environments, acoustic visualization, machine learning, and computer vision.  I am currently working towards my PhD. in computer science at the University of Maryland under Dr. Ramani Duraiswami in the Perceptual interfaces and Reality lab. My recent projects include the development of an acoustic camera that can visualize waves in the audible frequency spectrum and its use with conventional video cameras.

I performed  my undergraduate studies at the University of Maryland in College Park.  During my junior and senior years I completed a research internship at Nasa Goddard Space Flight Center under Dr. Charles Wolff on the Lunar Exploration Project studying the effects of solar G-Mode coupling in the sun.  I completed my undergraduate studies in 2006 and received a B.S. in computer science and a B.S. in physics from the University of Maryland.