I am currently a postdoctoal researcher in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania. My research focuses on developing theoretical methods and applying simulation techniques to investigate quantum dynamical processes in complex environments. During my PhD and postdoctoral research, I have tackled a variety of challenging problems, ranging from non-adiabatic molecular dynamics in the condensed phase, semiclassical treatments for strong light-matter interactions, to electron transport through nanoscale junctions. For more details about my research, see Research and Publications.
I also enjoy teaching, mentoring, and coaching students by creating an inclusive, welcoming environment. Over the past years, I have mentored undergraduate and graduate students with diverse backgrounds, different learning styles, and various knowledge levels. For more details about me, please see About Theta.
I will join the University of Notre Dame as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry in Fall 2022.