I got my B.S. from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. I became interested in materials when researching potential materials for the type C cask for transporting plutonium for my senior design. Then, I went to the University of Tokyo and got my M.Eng. My research there mainly focuses on how nano oxide particles inside ODS steel affect cavity nucleation and growth under irradiation.
I am very interested in the characterization of defects in materials using TEM and STEM. Also, I love doing in-situ TEM to see the whole process of defect evolution. Since characterizing defects can be very time-consuming and error-prone, I started to think about using ML to automate the analysis.
PhD in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, 2027
University of Michigan
MS in Nuclear Engineering, 2022
University of Tokyo
BS in Nuclear Engineering, 2022
University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign