My research focuses on developing and applying statistical calibration techniques to answer interesting science questions like...
- What are probable future scenarios of sea-level rise?
- ... and what should we do about it?
- How can we use limited information to constrain ecosystem hydrological partitioning?
- ... and how can we quantify this information?
|Postdoctoral scholar||Earth and Environmental Systems Institute, Penn State University||2016-2017 |
|Network for Sustainable Climate Risk Management|| |
|Co-develop BRICK, an open source, freely available model for sea-level rise|| |
|(Ongoing) develop a MESS of a repository for calibrating statistical models for storm surge hazard|| |
|Graduate research assistant||Applied Math, CU-Boulder||2011-2016 |
|Land surface model optimization by Bayesian parameter calibration|| |
|Development of stable water isotopically-enabled land surface model, as part of a larger isotope-enabled global climate model|| |
|SIParCS grad student intern||National Center for Atmospheric Research||2011 |
|Increased functionality of Earth System Modeling Framework by adding support for proposed Climate and Forecasting grid conventions|| |
|REU student intern||Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics||2009 |
|Developed and streamlined pipeline for reduction and classification of stellar spectra observed using the Hectochelle spectrograph on the Multiple Mirror Telescope|| |