“The technical man must not be lost in his own technology; he must be able to appreciate life, and life is art, drama, music, and most importantly, people.” ― Fazlur Khan
I am a PhD Candidate of Civil Engineering within the Mechanics of Quasi-Brittle Materials Research Group at Northwestern University. I received a Master of Engineering in Structural Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
I am interested in research and analysis in the areas encompassed by Architectural, Structural, and Civil Engineering; specifically additive construction of concrete and quasi-brittle materials, and the assessment of fiber-reinforced concrete under dynamic conditions. In my free time I enjoy photography, video editing, traveling, and downhill skiing.
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