I am a Ph.D. candidate in Viterbi school of engineering at the University of Southern California (USC). I started my Ph.D. in the Fall of 2013 as a Provost Fellow.
My research, advised by Dr. Felipe de Barros, mainly focuses on developing efficient data assimilation methods in stochastic hydrogeological systems. I have proposed a novel framework to simultaneously reduce 1) the computational complexity associated with hydrogeological models and 2) the uncertainty corresponding to model predictions using recursive Bayesian estimation techniques.
Concurrently with my Ph.D., I have obtained two masters degrees. The first degree is in Computer Science with the specialization of Data Science, and the second degree is in Mechanical engineering.