About me


I am a postdoc at the Coordinated Science Laboratory. Previously, I was with the Discovery Partners Institute (DPI) at the University of Illinois from August 2022 - May 2023 and a lecturer for the Department of Bioenginering in Spring 2023.

My doctoral research was done at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois and focused on geometric & topological methods for analysis of high dimensional timeseries data. My interests are in systems theory, dynamics & data analytics, neuroscience and controls.

I obtained my Masters in Mechanical Science & Engineering from Illinois in 2017 and my Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University in 2014. For my post-doc term, I worked with the Hearing Health Institute's science team at DPI and taught Signals & Systems to sophomores in Bioengineering.

I also have a life long love of programming, technology and pet dogs. A few years ago, I also helped organize the 2018 CSL Student Conference.

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