Hi! I am a PhD student at the MIT Institute for Data, Systems, and Society. My work involves building a technology assessment framework to evaluate the environmental impacts and costs of ownership of different types of cars. I use a combination of systems analysis, statistics, and energy simulation to gauge factors that influence the environmental and economic performance of these technologies, such as travel patterns, geographical conditions, vehicle properties, and driving style. The resulting framework allows me to inform pathways towards fleet to meet transportation emission targets.

I also build interactive data visualization tools that enable a wide audience to explore my research results. Find my first project, carboncounter.com, under Data Visualization.

In my spare time, you'll sometimes find me behind the viewfinder of a camera, especially when travelling. I've allowed myself to share a couple of pictures. Enjoy!

Data Visualization



Journal Publications

Technical Reports

Book Contributions