I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Mathematics at Dartmouth College, working with Anne Gelb. My research focuses on advancing foundational computational methodologies in numerical conservation laws and Bayesian inverse problems. I particularly enjoy working at the intersection of theoretical numerical analysis (provable approximation, convergence, and stability results), method development (preferably using theoretical insights), and uncertainty quantification (quantifying confidence in computational predictions).
Before joining Dartmouth in 2020, I obtained a Dr. rer. nat. In Mathematics from the Technical University Braunschweig in Germany under the supervision of Thomas Sonar. My dissertation was on high-order numerical methods and shock-capturing for hyperbolic conservation laws.