BSc. Applied Math, University of Waterloo
I completed a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics at the University of Waterloo before doing a master's degree in modelling and computational science at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) under the joint supervision of Hendrick de Haan and Ed Waller. In my master's thesis, I studied a solid state nanofluidic device for polymer manipulation consisting of a nanocavity in a thin membrane bounded by two nanopores. I am now pursuing a PhD at UOIT. My doctoral work consists of studying a variety of nanofluidic devices using both simulations and mathematical analysis.