I am a graduate student at Princeton University, working with Dr. Stephen Garner and Dr. Isaac Held. In my research, I use physical laws to explain how atmospheric phenomena change with the environment, and perform numerical experiments to test theories. Phenomena I have studied include midlatitude waves, tropical cyclones, and shear turbulence. My earlier research experience involves other aspects of numerical modeling, such as generation of unstructured grid, assimilation of observations into models, and parameterization of observations.
- Ocean, Atmosphere, and Climate (GEO 202, Princeton Univeristy): Lab Instructor
- Differential Equations (MATH 285, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign): Grader and Online Mentor
- Best Student Poster Presentation, 21st Conference on Atmospheric and Oceanic Fluid Dynamics, Portland, OR
- First Prize, Art of Science Exhibition Competition, Princeton University
- David Elliston Guyer '67 and Walter R. F. Guyer *41 Endowment Fund, Princeton University
- Yee Seung Ng Award, Department of Physics, University of Illinois