I am a scientist in the Computational Earth Science Group at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the co-founder of Fill Education. I also have a visiting appointment in the Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. The focus of my current research is to develop and utilize methods in quantum computing and machine learning to solve flow and transport problems in porous media, with an emphasis on problems where the porous medium is the earth’s subsurface. More broadly, my interests include inverse analysis, uncertainty quantification, and computational science. I studied at Purdue University, receiving a Ph.D. in applied mathematics, an M.S. in pure mathematics, and a B.S. with a double major in computer science and mathematics. My Ph.D. thesis was focused on stochastic models of anomalous diffusion.