Engineering and Public Policy
I am a first year PhD student in the department of Engineering and Public Policy at the Carnegie Institute of Technology. My research interests broadly span the areas of energy economics, stochastic optimization, and options theory. I currently work at the Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center with Professor Jay Apt.
I finished my undergraduate degree at the University of California Berkeley. During my junior and senior year, I worked at the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Lab with Professor Daniel Kammen at the Energy and Resources Group.
When I'm not doing research, I enjoy swimming, biking, and reading non-text books. I also enjoy photography.