North Carolina State University (2015)
My research emphasizes far-infrared emissivity for polar latitudes. I have a particular interest for current radiation trends of the Greenland Ice Sheet.
I am a first year Ph.D. student currently working under Dr. Xianglei Huang. Before my graduate studies, I was a student at NC State University for meteorology. There, I focused on aerosols and photochemistry before transitioning to remote sensing and modern physics.
I have performed additional work at NASA Langley Research Center as an intern for the Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution (TEMPO) and Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System (CERES) missions.
In addition to conducting research, I am interested in teaching others.
Specializations and Research Interests
- Atmosphere-cryosphere interactions
- Radiative transfer and cloud/aerosol radiative effects
- Remote sensing instrumentation
- Climate modeling
- Planetary atmospheres
Honors, Awards and Accomplishments
- NCSU Dean's List, 2013-2015
- Carolinas Air Pollution Control Association Scholarship, 2015-2016
- Member of American Meteorological Society (AMS)