About me

I’m a ukulele player, a cyclist, and a PhD student in Applied Mathematics at SEAS, Harvard University. I’m a child of immigrants and an immigrant myself.

My research topics include numerical methods for fluid-solid interaction problems, diffusion-limited dissolutions, bacterial competition and pattern formation in biofilms. I spend most of my days building code implementations of these mathematical models that are fast and robust to address the inherent computational challenges in solving the complex systems.

Though the topics are across multiple subject areas, they are connected by a common core goal — using math and computational tools to understand our complex, natural world.

I have been a Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate fellow from 2016 to 2020 and am currently a fellow at the Harvard Quantitative Biology Initiative (2020).

Find my CV here.