At Princeton/GFDL, I am studying cloud brightening, aerosol–cloud interactions, and parameterizations in climate models with Yi Ming and V. Ramaswamy. Before that, I got my PhD in chemical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University studying the dynamics of aerosol particle populations and relevant microphysics processes with Neil Donahue. I received a BSc from Brown University in bioengineering and biomedical engineering where I conducted research as an undergraduate on the transport properties of graphene oxide barriers with Robert Hurt.