I am a postdoctoral scholar and von Karman instructor at California Institute of Technology supervised by Prof. Andrew Stuart . I work on problems at the intersection of probability, statistics and applied mathematics. I am particularly interested in the Bayesian framework for solution of inverse problems.
Broadly speaking, I work on the analysis, development and application of methods for estimating parameters and quantifying uncertainty. My interests stem from applications such as: semi-supervised learning, atmospheric dispersion modelling and focused ultrasound treatment.
I received my Ph.D. in Applied and Computational Mathematics from the Department of Mathematics at Simon Fraser University under the supervision of Profs. Nilima Nigam and John Stockie. My Ph.D. thesis is available here.
For more information about me and my work please see my CV.