Institution/Organization: Princeton University
Department: Department of Mathematics
Academic Status: Graduate Student.
What conference theme areas are you interested in (check all that apply):
Applications in science, engineering, and industry;
Education and interdisciplinary programs in CSE;
Emerging software infrastructure for CSE, sustainability of numerical software;
High-order methods, novel discretizations, and scalable solvers;
High-performance computing, emerging architectures and programming paradigms;
Inverse problems, optimization, and uncertainty quantification;
Model and dimensionality reduction;
Multiscale, multiphysics, and multilevel methods;
Quantum algorithms, quantum computation, and quantum information science
I am interested in investigating the dynamics of confined fluids and plasmas using both computational and analytical tools. My past research has focused on confined stratified hydrodynamics which has needed massive compute to explore the parameter space of initial conditions. My future research involves analyzing the effect of the magnetic confinement geometries of stellarators on the plasma flow, specifically turbulence generation and mode excitation/interaction. Plasma has an increased level physics necessary to simulate over fluids, and will demand vast computational resources beyond by classical fluid studies. Thus I find it keen to broaden my understanding of the cutting edge computational tools that will make my results in plasma more attainable.
Non-Work Related Activities/Interests:
I provide meaningful support to current STEM college students from diverse backgrounds through my community leadership. As a freshman, I had to discover my motivation early to know what skills to develop in progress toward my future career goals. I know that