I am a fourth-year graduate student in the Princeton University Program in Plasma Physics from Northern Virginia.
Generally, my current research interests include computational plasma physics, controlled nuclear fusion, and numerical methods. I write code to solve equations.
I am currently investigating discontinuous Galerkin-based algorithms for gyrokinetic simulations of edge plasma turbulence. My advisor for this work is Greg Hammett. The lead developer of Gkeyll (pronounced Jekyll) is Ammar Hakim.
At Cornell University, I spent two semesters between 2010 to 2011 working on an honors thesis project under Professor Chris Xu.
I was an intern at the Air and Missile Defense Department in Summer 2010 and January 2011.