Nowadays, I spend most of my time in the lab. Whether it is putting together mathematical models of optical systems, reading new publications, or working on the lab bench. Terahertz imaging has taken my brain by storm, and I’m laser-focused on soaking up as much information as I can.
But if I take my story a little further back, I grew up in southern California. I went to UC Riverside, where I finally got my B.S. in Bioengineering. Afterwards, my journey took me north, to work with Wainamics inc, and then east, where I’ve been pushing through grad school at Stony Brook University.
I’d like to believe that most of the activities that I engage in have some sort of philosophical influence on each other. Whether I’m exploring the backcountry in pursuit of a promising fishing hole or sifting through StackOverflow for programming an important (to me) function, the ideological convergence is in the meditative state while I am trying to deconstruct a problem.
So basically… I’m a nerdy grad student who likes likes the outdoors. Enjoy some pictures!