Massachusetts Institute of Technology
LOCATION: Cambridge, MA
INTERESTS IN JOBS & NETWORKING: Not indicated
After completing my B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering at MIT in 2017, I started my graduate studies in the department of Materials Science at MIT, where I am co-advised by Professors Prineha Narang and Polina Anikeeva.
My research focuses on non-equilibrium transport in interacting condensed matter systems. Lately, I’ve been fascinated by the emergence of electron “hydrodynamic” behavior in ultra-clean (semi-)metals and developing new imaging modalities with which to observe the resulting non-uniform current densities.
When I’m not drawing funny interaction diagrams, I enjoys camping, teaching generative art, and singing along to musical theater YouTube videos.
- Finding yoga-poses constellations in the night sky
- [Reddit-DiBB0118] PairedBarChart approach
- Color Blindness Simulator: Built-in ColorSchemes to the test
- SequencePredict: interesting behavior for CA rule plots
- Visualizing data with Chord Diagrams
- Neural cellular automata: differentiable model of morphogenesis
- Geographic Map Distortions - London Underground
- Self-hosting notebooks using WolframNotebookEmbedder and Docusaurus
- Difference map generative art