About Me

I am currently a fourth-year Ph.D. student at the University of Colorado, Boulder. My research interests include the applicaitons of computational topology to time-evolving metric spaces. After completing my Ph.D., I hope to stay on in academia as a professor.

In 2021 I recieved my Bachelor of Science in computer science and mathematics from Texas State University. My undergraduate thesis was entitled, "The Hidden Shape of Data: Topological Data Analysis for Anxiety Detection in Text," and can be accessed online via the Texas State honors program online thesis library.

When I'm not working on research, you can usually find me reading a good book, trying out a new baking recipe, or hanging upside down from a lyra, pole, or other aerial apparatus.


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