Welcome to my website!
I’m a PhD candidate at the University of Notre Dame in chemical and biomolecular engineering. I work on predicting material properties of liquid crystalline materials using molecular simulation. I also apply machine learning algorithms to enhance sampling and estimate free energies.
I have a special interest in numerical algebraic geometry. On my free time I love contributing to open source projects, rock climbing, photography and cooking. Feel free to explore my website, and have fun!
Sometimes, work can be a drag. Read some of my blog posts below.
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