University of Maryland
College Park (MD)
I am an engineer, blogger, and aspiring researcher. I am pursuing a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering - understanding planetary surfaces of new worlds. Presently, I am a Graduate Research Assistant in Dr. Hartzell’s Planetary Surfaces and Spacecraft Lab working on predicting surface morphology on metallic asteroids due to magnetic forces.
I like reading fiction, watching twitch streams, and writing space-related blogs in my free time. Occasionally, you can find me playing board games or light games on my switch. If I get out of the house, I am visiting a friend or a museum (being in the DC area helps :D).
|Jun 20, 2023||Presented a poster on empirical model for force between paramagnetic particles in an uniform magnetic field at the Asteroids, Comets and Asteroids (2023) , Flagstaff, Arizona.|
|Feb 4, 2023||Participated in the Polymele Occultation Campaign with Southwest Research Institute (SWRI) for Lucy Mission.|
|Jul 15, 2022||Completed the Cornell SmallSat Mission Design School as the system engineer for the SmallSat to Image Zodiacal Light above Ecliptic (SIZLE) concept study.|
|Mar 9, 2022||Presented my work at Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2022) during the Near-Earth and Main-Belt Asteroids: Physical Characteristics and Surface Composition session.|