A Little AboutMyself.
I am a fifth-year PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering and Scientific Computing at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Before returning to academia, I spent five years in the automotive industry as a safety and restraints design engineer and an internal combustion engine calibration engineer. My current work focuses on developing data-driven models for complex, multiphase turbulent flows and understanding the role multiphase phenomenon (like clustering) play on important processes like heat transfer and thermochemical conversion.
I am passionate about developing models that are easily accessible to fellow researchers as well as industry practitioners, communicating science to a broad audience (both technical and not) and advocating for the retention of women in science and engineering positions across industry and academia.
Get In Touch.
I am always eager to find collaborators, particularly in interdisciplinary areas! Think our work would make for a good partnership? Let's connect!
I'm also happy to share my knowledge and create tutorials/templates, especially as it relates to generating aesthetically pleasing documents, plots and figures (LaTeX, beamer and tikz). Got an idea for a tutorial or template that would be helpful? Drop me a line!