Before joining Caltech in 2022, I completed my undergraduate degree in computer science from Princeton University. Working with Gabriel Vecchi, I studied hurricane trends and features and used machine learning methods for hurricane data assimilation and modeling. I am now working with Dr. Tapio Schneider as a part of the Caltech Climate Dynamics Research Group. My research interests involve large-scale atmospheric dynamics, tropical weather and climate, and how the fundamental state of Earth's climate will change under anthropogenic climate change. Besides atmospheric science, I'm also working with Dr. Andy Thompson to better understand the mechanisms behind basal melt rates in the West Antarctic Peninsula. I hope to apply my computer science and applied mathematics background to tackle these problems, using a combination of theory, modeling, and observations.