PhD candidate

NSF Graduate Research Fellow

Stanford University

I’m currently a PhD candidate in Earth System Science at Stanford University. I use modern data science, field and lab techniques to better understand the environmental processes affecting both water quantity and water quality.

This broad topic includes research projects in several different areas:

  1. Using in situ sensor data for real-time water quality forecasts
  2. Developing new sensor hardware to measure trace contaminants in water
  3. Analyzing the financial cost of EPA drinking water quality violations through consumer purchasing data
  4. Distributed water purification and fertilizer production by reimagining the nitrogen cycle
  5. Modeling the impact of managed aquifer recharge on groundwater quality in California’s Central Valley
  6. Understanding seasonal nutrient cycling in a uranium-contaminated floodplain in Wyoming
  • Water quality
  • Advances in sensor technology
  • Data science
  • Environmental geochemistry
  • PhD, Earth System Science, 2022

    Stanford University

  • MS, Earth System Science, 2019

    Stanford University

  • BS, Geology, 2015

    Middlebury College