KNOWLEDGE GROWS WHERE DATA FLOWS
MAKING SENSE OF HYDROLOGY VIA DATA-DRIVEN STUDIES
I am a hydrologist looking to help close the loop on our understanding of the surface and atmospheric branches of the global water cycle, and to generate accurate and timely estimations and predictions of critical hydrologic fluxes for water resources planning, hazard prediction, and collaborative efforts in interdisciplinary research. I tackle the challenges in these areas by developing and applying novel Bayesian land data assimilation systems to combine the complementary information from multi-source and multi-scale datasets.
I am currently a Postdoctoral Scholar working with Prof. Dennis Lettenmaier and Prof. Steven Margulis at UCLA. Prior to this, I worked with Prof. Michael Durand at Ohio State, where I obtained a Ph.D. in Geodetic Science in 2016. More information about me and my work is available on the other pages in this site. Any suggestions and questions on my research are welcome and appreciated. Thank you!