I am a PhD student at the Stanford Institute of Computational and Mathematical Engineering (ICME). I graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Pure Mathematics. My research interests lie in the applications of mathematical tools to create better models for glacier dynamics.
Education & Certifications
Bachelor of Arts, University of California, Berkeley, Pure Mathematics (2015)
Service, Volunteer and Community Work
Creative Writing Workshop, Orchid School, Pune, India (December 2015)
Designed and conducted a creative writing workshop for seventh graders.
Cal Teach Program, New Highland Academy, Oakland, CA (1/1/2013 - 5/1/2013)
Taught math to fifth graders for twelve hours over a semester.
I am a writer: currently working on a fantasy novel about children who speak a special language and hence are able to uncover deep knowledge of the universe. I also like learning new languages, cooking, long distance running, and walking in the woods.
Current Research and Scholarly Interests
We are currently limited in our understanding of the magnitude and time span in which global warming will affect the melting of the Antarctic ice sheet. I create mathematical models for the multi-phase flow of ice, sediment and water and then run simulations for the Antarctic ice streams to gain a better understanding of how ice is transported off the continent.
- ERGODICITY AND CONSERVATIVITY OF PRODUCTS OF INFINITE TRANSFORMATIONS AND THEIR INVERSES COLLOQUIUM MATHEMATICUM 2016; 143 (2): 271-291
- On the Sendov Conjecture for a Root Close to the Unit Circle Australian Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 2014; 11 (1): 1-34