About Me

I am a theoretical chemistry graduate student pursuing my Ph.D. at Stanford University in the Martinez Group. I graduated with a B.S. in Chemistry and Biochemistry from UC Santa Barbara in 2015.

I am passionate about the evolving role of technology in our lives.
I strongly believe that the human-computer interaction revolution provided by extended reality and the smarter automated systems built on machine learning can enhance human creativity and productivity.

In my research, I am seeking to make quantum chemistry more accessible to both the general public and fellow scientists.
I am working to create an immersive environment where anyone can interact with molecules in real-time with full quantum mechanically accuracy. My other work is focused on building a cloud-based distributed framework (built on Docker and Kubernetes) for GPU-accelerated electronic structure.

Outside of work, I am an avid reader, rock climber, new ice hockey player, gamer (both tabletop and digital), and overall tech enthusiast.