I am a geoscientist working at the intersection of geology, flow in porous media, and geomechanics to address pressing questions related to geoenergy and the environment. I approach these questions using physics-based and data-driven computational tools anchored by field and experimental observations, with the goal of quantifying answers and their uncertainty.

In October 2023 I joined the Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University (Shaw Group) and the Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering at MIT (Juanes Group) as a postdoctoral researcher. I will be working on the following topics: 

In 2023 I finished my PhD with Ruben Juanes at MIT Civil and Environmental Engineering, where my work focused on geologic CO2 storage. Specifically, I targeted the following areas:

Before starting my PhD, I worked with seismic signals generated by earthquakes and other processes.

Research interests