I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory working on computational imaging algorithms for remote sensing imaging spectroscopy for Earth Science applications. The calibration and atmospheric correction algorithms I am helping develop will apply to airborne instruments such as AVIRIS-Next Gen and satellite instruments such as EMIT.
As a Ph.D. student in the Computational Imaging Lab with Prof. Laura Waller in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley, I developed computational imaging systems for high-resolution and high-dimensional microscopy as a part of the Berkeley Center for Computational Imaging (BCCI) and Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research (BAIR). I graduated with my PhD in August 2021.
While at U.C. Berkeley, I co-founded and acted as president for Bias Busters, a student organization focused on fighting structural barriers for women and underrepresented minorities in STEM. I helped organize a public forum and policy roundtable through the Science Policy Group at Berkeley. I also volunteered to teach science lessons in local elementary schools through EEGSA Outreach and Photobears and built community as social chair of Women in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.
I graduated from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of New Mexico with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering in May 2015. As an undergraduate, I worked as a technical intern at Sandia National Laboratories.
I am interested in the joint design of sensing hardware and computational processing systems.