I am an experimental research physicist with a strong background in programming and computer technologies. As a graduate student, I have been fortunate to be involved in multiple projects including developing novel x-ray detector windows, measuring graphene’s material properties, optical modeling of biological assay microfluidic devices, and sensor research for non-invasive glucose monitoring. I am currently part of a team developing a non-invasive wearable glucose monitor using both bioimpedance spectroscopy and near-infrared spectroscopy. Aside from science and engineering, I love to hike and camp, read, ski, and find old electronics at thrift stores.
With this blog I hope to share what I find fascinating, including research and projects from my own life, from around the web, and from the scientific literature.