I am a Senior Scientist and Manager at Verisk Extreme Event Solutions (formerly AIR Worldwide) where I am building the next generation of AI models for climate risk.

Prior to joining Verisk, I was a Postdoctoral Associate at MIT where I used machine learning to help predict extreme events in physical systems (with Themis Sapsis).

I received a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from UIUC where I worked on model reduction for fluid–structure interaction (with Lawrence Bergman, Alexander Vakakis, and Arne Pearlstein).

Research interests:
Machine learning
Dynamical systems
Extreme events
Computational physics
Uncertainty quantification