I received B.S. degrees in Aerospace Engineering, Astronomy & Astrophysics, and Computational Physics from Penn State. During my undergraduate career, I took a year off and interned at various space and defense entities such as NASA, AGI, and Lockheed Martin. Through these experiences, I transitioned from working on spacecraft propulsion to computational physics and machine learning.
I am currently pursuing my Ph.D. in the Scientific Computing track under my advisor Dr. Mike Kirby. This research is focused on physics-informed machine learning.
- Computational Physics
- Machine Learning
- Space Science