Bio


I am a 5th-year Electrical Engineering Ph.D. candidate in the Stanford Radio Glaciology group. My current research focuses on using ambient radio noise, such as the Sun, as a signal to measure the thickness of ice sheets. The objective is to develop a low-resource, passive radar that monitors the subsurface of glaciers by exploiting the Sun’s radio waves, instead of transmitting its own source for echo detection. While at Stanford, I have worked to enhance the diversity and inclusion of graduate education by serving as a mentor for Stanford’s Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education program, El Centro Chicano y Latino, the Bay Area Graduate Pathways to STEM, and the Stanford School of Engineering's Equity and Inclusion Initiatives team.