I am a post-doctoral fellow at UC San Diego's School of Global Policy and Strategy, and a member of the UC San Diego Deep Decarbonization Initiative. I manage a diverse energy policy research portfolio that revolves around investigating the political economy of carbon-free energy technologies. My particular interest is in optimizing public sector investments in clean energy and the environment. I employ mixed-method studies that require engineering-economic modeling, optimization, expert elicitation, and behavioral surveys.
Please visit my research page for a brief overview of my doctoral work on nuclear economics and nuclear security. I hold a Ph.D. in Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University, and I am a graduate of Princeton University's Department of Chemical Engineering (now Chemical and Biological Engineering).