I am a research software engineer with a strong focus in designing and maintaining geospatial data analysis systems and software to support environmental research. I am currently providing software solutions for research projects as part of the Scientific Software Engineering Center (SSEC) at UW eScience Institute. I am also a part of the Open-Source Ocean Acoustics Github Organization, developing echopype software for ocean sonar data.
I have expertise in Python programming, web development, geospatial data analytics, data management solutions, data visualization, relational databases, and system administration. I love to contribute to open-source software and share my knowledge.
I am a UW School of Oceanography alumnus. I gained my bachelor’s degree here with a focus on geospatial data analysis and management through the development of wave sensor buoys to study the spatial variability of oceanic waves. I was also actively involved with Marine Technology Society (MTS), OceanGate Foundation (OGF), Benthic Acoustic Mapping and Survey (BEAMS), Ocean Observatory Initiative-Interactive Oceans (OOI-IO), and served as the Information Technology Lead for Exploration and Remote Instrumentation by Students (ERIS).
BSc in Oceanography, 2015
University of Washington
AAS in Ocean Research, 2012
Ocean Research College Academy, EvCC