I am currently a PhD Student working under Dr. Anantha Aiyyer as a Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant. My area of work is atmospheric dynamics and my interests are currently focused on tropical meteorology and hurricanes. Currently, I am working to improve the understanding of the role that convection plays in the growth and maintenance of African Easterly Waves. These waves are important as they are a precursor to a majority of tropical cyclones in the Atlantic and they modulate a substantial fraction of rainfall in the Sahel region of Africa. I currently teach Mathematical Methods in Atmospheric Science with Dr. Aiyyer. I am also interested in Numerical Weather Prediction and Geoscience Education. I am currently developing a set of labs to teach Mathematical Methods in Atmospheric Science more efficiently through the use of computer programming.
Outside of the department, I am an avid rock climber, traveller, and outdoors enthusiast. Feel free to visit my website where you can find more information about me and my research.
M.S., Meteorology, University of Oklahoma (2014)
MMet, Meteorology, University of Reading (2012)