- Research Program Mentor
PhD at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
materials science, technology commercialization, investing, batteries, financial markets
BioHi! I'm a recent PhD graduate (MIT, Materials Science) currently working as a technology investor for a venture capital firm. I'm excited by both the intersection between technology and commercial markets (startups, stocks, trading - you name it) as well as "fundamental scientific questions that matter". Outside of work, you can find me playing tennis, playing guitar, or exploring the national parks. I look forward to learning with you!
Symmetries throughout natural processes
What does heat flow, electric circuits, and fluid mechanics all have in common? They can all be described by the same mathematical equations. We will explore why this is the case, study the relevant history of mathematics, and learn how to model these systems on your computer.
Investing in technology startups
People often talk about the latest market opportunity, new groundbreaking technologies, and bringing a great team together. If you're an investor, how do you choose between multiple exciting opportunities? Together we'll explore the kinds of discussions that happen behind closed doors, and explore a few investment opportunities ourselves!
Financial markets, stocks, and options
How do the public markets work? When I buy a stock, who am I really buying it from? Can I make money without having to predict the future? As it turns out, the answers to all three questions are not what you'd first expect! We'll explore these questions together, and begin to explore the foundational mathematics behind quantitative trading firms.