A bit about me

I am a postdoc fellow in Research Application Laboratory at the National Center for Atmospheric Research. I currently work with Dr. Andrew Newman on the NSF Navigating the New Arctic project looking at climate change across the Arctic, specifically the Yukon River Basin across Alaska and Northwest Canada. I have a Ph.D. degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Washington. I am an alumni of Computational Hydrology Group and my doctoral advisor is Dr. Bart Nijssen. My doctoral dissertation focuses on investigating climate change impacts on hydrology and aquatic environment for large-scale river systems under anthropogenic influences. I am proficient in High Performance Computing (HPC) and some coding languages, e.g., Python and Fortran.