As a geophysicist and graduate student, my research centers around climate change and encompasses a range of topics including deep learning, machine learning, risk analysis, tropical cyclones, sea-level rise, and precipitation extremes.
I am currently a PhD candidate in the Geoscience Program at the Department of Geoscience, Princeton University. I am a HMEI-STEP Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research on Energy. I also have a graduate certificate from the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning. Outside of academia, I am currently working as a catastrophe risk modeler at Reask.
I received my MSc from McGill University in Canada and a BSc from the University of Southampton in the UK.