AOS Graduate Student Profile
Welcome to my site! I am a student in Princeton's AOS Ph.D. program, where I use computer climate models to research the role of aerosols in regional atmospheric circulation patterns. Please email with questions about my work or anything else of interest. Thanks!
How will surface temperature and precipitation patterns change due to climate change? This question drives my research. Currently, our best attempts at its answer are rife with uncertainty, impeding society's ability to adapt to a changing climate.
My approach to climate modeling research is strongly influenced by the work of Isaac Held and others on climate model hierarchies and using models to improve understanding; see Bony et al. 2011 and Held 2005. My advisors are Yi Ming and Leo Donner.
In addition to my climate modeling work, I'm also interested in climate change policy, science communication, and the Open Science movement. Please see the Links page above for more on these topics.