Hello! I am a doctoral candidate in the Davidson School of Chemical Engineering at Purdue University, advised by Jeffrey P. Greeley. Data aesthete at heart, understanding the molecular-level behavior of the catalyst through data and science is the main focus of doctoral research.
Besides research, I love to teach and help improving scientific literacy. Presently, I am involved in developing a data science & machine learning crash course for the summer REU (Research Experience for Undergraduate) cohort.
Outside of work, I enjoy cooking (link to some latest experiments), gaming, diving deep in arcane internet rabbit holes, reading philosophy, and going on longer-than-necessary bike rides.
I maintain a Data Science blog where I document my thoughts, notebooks, tips, and list of helpful resources.