I am a PhD candidate in Physics and Astronomy working with Prof. Brian Collins.
My current research involves the development of a robust in-situ/in-operando nanoprobe sensitive to molecular identity, allowing for characterization of both structure and dynamical interactions of polymeric micelles and other nanostructures in liquid environments.
I received a B.S. in Physics & Chemistry from Walla Walla University in 2019 and an M.S. in Physics from Washington State University in 2022.
When not working on research I spend my time rebuilding motorcycles, wood working projects, playing & composing music on the piano, as well as spending time outdoors with my wife and son.
My full CV can be viewed here: (Link).
Office: Webster Physical Sciences 525