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Ph.D. Candidate in Geophysics
B.S., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2010 (Geological Sciences (with Highest Honors) / Economics / Financial Mathematics)
M.S., Stanford University, expected spring 2017 (Petroleum Engineering)
Ph.D., Stanford University, expected spring 2019 (Geophysics)
Graduation Year: 
2018
Before graduate school, I worked on various research topics such as the slip-rate on low-angle normal faults, spatial distribution of volcanoes on the moon, and AVO analysis. I also worked as an exploration and production geophysicist for three years. Now, I am working on the fluid flow problem in porous media for my Ph.D. thesis. My strengths are in the integration of knowledge from my multidisciplinary backgrounds and big data analysis.