I'm a computational scientist from Brigantine, New Jersey. My main interests include machine learning, physical chemistry, infectious disease modeling, and Bitcoin. I enjoy using computers to solve interesting problems.

I'm currently a researcher at USF's School of Public Health, working with Dr. Edwin Michael. We're currently building a mathematical model of COVID transmission, which provides forecasts of the trajectory of the pandemic to support local health departments. I received my Ph.D. in chemical and biomolecular engineering from the University of Notre Dame, advised by Dr. Edward Maginn. We applied atomistic modeling techniques to predict chemical properties of actinides, which are radioactive materials found in the nuclear fuel cycle.

In my spare time, I enjoy making music, writing about sciencey things, and running.

Last updated April 13th, 2022.