My graduate studies at UC Berkeley have been a unique opportunity to specialize in thermal hydraulics, with a Master of Science in nuclear engineering and doctoral research applied to nuclear risk and safety analysis. I have also gained a broader knowledge of the energy industry through UC Berkeley's Engineering and Business for Sustainability Certificate Program.
Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering
Term project: Preliminary Safety Analysis Report: Novel Utilization of TRIGA Reactors for Isotope Production (NUTRIP)
Term project: Risk Analysis of the Passive Safety Cooling System for the Pebble-Bed Advanced High Temperature Reactor (PB-AHTR)
Engineering and Business for Sustainability (website)
Term project: Energy Storage: Existing Technologies and their Importance for Renewable Energy
Term project: Analysis of the Environmental and Economic Impacts of New Fuel Blends Containing Higher Biofuel Contents
My undergraduate and early graduate studies at Ecole Polytechnique, France's leading university for scientific and engineering training, gave me a strong analytical background in physics and mechanical engineering applied to energy, while allowing me to strengthen my social and leadership skills through numerous charities and professional associations.