I am a Ph.D. candidate and NDSEG Research Fellow at MIT working in the Mechanosynthesisand Non-Newtonian Fluids labs. I work at the intersection of manufacturing and fluid mechanics.
I am co-advised by Gareth McKinley and John Hart, both professors in Mechanical Engineering at MIT. During my PhD, I am studying 3D printing of electronics and composite materials using insights especially from rheology. I have also worked on re-developing tools for rheometry using optimized design and stereolithography 3D printing. During my MS degree, I developed a method of using storebought LEGO bricks to create a new modular, reconfigurable microfluidics platform.