Update: I have joined the Carnegie Institution for Science's Department of Global Ecology at Stanford University as a principal investigator. I have openings for postdocs to join my group. Please contact me if interested.
I am an environmental scientist and engineer studying climate change mitigation and adaptation solutions to food, energy, and water systems. My work aims to understand and find ways to address the challenge of meeting global demand for energy and food while averting environmental impacts. My focus spans across the fields of: i) sustainable food systems and adaptation of agriculture to global warming, ii) climate change mitigation via carbon dioxide removal solutions, iii) energy and environment, and iv) water resources management and hydrology.
I am a principal investigator at Carnegie Institution for Science in the Department of Global Ecology. I obtained my PhD at the University of California Berkeley, where I wrote my dissertation titled "Water limits to food and energy systems in the 21st century". For my contribution to science, I was named in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, awarded with the AGU Horton Hydrology Research grant, and the AGU Science for Solutions Award.