Texas A&M University
I am a fourth-year Chemical Engineering Ph.D. student at Texas A&M University, College Station. My research focuses on multiscale modeling, advanced process control, and optimization of on-demand smart manufacturing of quantum dot (QD) synthesis and computational performance evaluation for Li-ion batteries. I have a specialization in high-fidelity kinetic Monte Carlo (KMC) simulations for crystallization and battery systems. Also, my work incorporates Machine Learning (ML) based process control and surrogate modeling of complex mesoscopic systems to develop multiscale models. I would consider myself as a fast learner having adept skills in various Wet and Dry Lab techniques and an indomitable spirit to perpetually widen my knowledge base. I have a go-getter attitude and I am ready to accept additional responsibilities to function as a strong team player ultimately leading the team to finish the projects on time surpassing stipulated standards.