Assistant Professor

Carnegie Mellon University

Boozhoo! I am an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. My work focuses on the adaptation of everyday and soft matter physics to inspire, inform, and design new technologies. This curiosity-driven research aims to develop predictive models of nonlinear systems inspired by mechanical instabilities, biology, and art. On the day-to-day you will find me using bubbles and balloons or beads and string as a craftman’s tools to build new materials.

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  • fluids & elasticity
  • soft matter
  • nonlinear dynamics
  • PhD in Chemical Engineering, 2023

    Princeton University

  • BEng in Chemical Engineering, 2017

    Vanderbilt University