Humans are complex systems that require creative engineering solutions to maintain health and wellness in extreme environments.
Specialization and Research Interests
My research and teaching interests revolve around monitoring humans to quantify and augment their health and performance in extreme, operational environments.
- Psychophysiological monitoring
- Wearable sensor systems
- Human-computer interaction
- 16.400/16.453 Human Systems Engineering
- 16.470 Statistical Methods in Experimental Design
Doctor of Philosophy (2021) and Master of Science (2018) in Aerospace Engineering Sciences with a focus in Bioastronautics, University of Colorado Boulder; Bachelor of Science (2014) in Astrophysics, Rice University
Positions Held at MIT
Boeing Assistant Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics, MIT AeroAstro
Postdoctoral Associate, MIT AeroAstro
Positions Held outside MIT
Instructor, YES Prep Public Schools, 2014-2016; Teaching Assistant, University of Colorado Boulder, 2016-2018; Draper Fellow, University of Colorado Boulder, 2018-2021