Hi, I am an atmospheric scientist interested in tropical meteorology, mesoscale meteorology, and climate. I like to approach new problems through a variety of methods, from theoretical thermodynamics and fluid dynamics, to numerical simulations and observational and reanalysis data treatment.
Currently a Ph. D. candidate in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at MIT, I research the causes of Atlantic hurricane activity variability alongside Prof. Kerry Emanuel. I am also broadly interested in improving our theoretical understanding of the sensitivities of mesoscale severe weather events.
I love spending time outdoors hiking, sailing and trail running, or indoors peering at a cup of tea as exciting ways to explore nature and experience first hand the meteorological marvels of our world!
On this website, you will find summaries of my research interests, my publications, my teaching curriculum, and links to my favorite science references. All the background photos are taken by yours truly, a weather passionate but not a photographer. Please excuse the quality but enjoy the convection. Happy visit!