What on Earth?
This page is under construction!
I’ve just gotten started as a graduate student, so as I get started, stay tuned for some updates. Until then, here are a few projects I’ve worked on in the past:
The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment is a center within Princeton University’s School of Engineering committed to finding technological and scientific ways to address our energy crisis. That’s what I call the cathode of climate change!
Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling (SOCCOM) is an NSF-funded collaborative initiative to understand the role the Southern Ocean plays in regulating our Earth’s climate. If that doesn’t make a splash, I don’t know what will!
The Climate-Friendly Car Guide is a Climate Central project that allows car buyers to compare the emissions impact of different cars on the market – specifically examining where the electricity for an electric or plug-in hybrid would come from depending on your state’s electricity generation mix! Talk about getting on the road to a greener future!
That’s all for now!