I am a recent graduate of Middlebury College, where I double majored in physics and computer science. I am a passionate learner seeking to explore the intersection of physics, engineering, and computer science for the development of sustainable technologies.

I have conducted materials science research on novel thin-film nitrides as a member of the materials discovery group at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). This past summer I returned to NREL to work with the Advanced Power Electronics and Electric Machines group on developing the control software for a hot press used to create a novel EV power inverter module. Links to the papers describing this work can be found here.

Outside of my academic and professional pursuits I enjoy staying active by rowing and cross-country skiing, and have recently taken up photography since being gifted my first real camera this past winter.