Bio

I am a 7th year graduate student in Prof. Philip Kim's group at Harvard University, where I perform electrical transport experiments on graphene and carbon nanotube-based systems to investigate the nature of their charge carrier interactions.

As an MPhil student at the University of Cambridge, I worked for Dr. Andrew Ferguson in the Microelectronics Group in the Cavendish Laboratory, studying spin-orbit torque in the half-Heusler alloy NiMnSb.

My research with Prof. Chandrasekhar Ramanathan at Dartmouth College focused on inducing chaotic dynamics in quasi-1D fluorapatite spin chains using NMR pulses.

I grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah, where I enjoy visiting to ski, hike, and mountain bike with my two brothers, my parents, and their dogs.