I'm a PhD candidate in Applied Math at CU Boulder, my advisor is Vanja Dukic. My thesis work uses random matrix methods to understand phenomena in disease ecology. I have also performed work with the Sensing and Predictive Analytics group at the National Renewable Energy Lab, using Bayesian time series methods to separate distributed solar power generation from grid-level power measurements.
Besides my professional work, I serve as treasurer of the Boulder CRC, the CU Boulder graduate labor union. I also sometimes take on "data for social good" projects, which you can read about on my Blog.