My research interests lay almost entirely in the field of computation. This includes computational physics and chemistry, machine learning, quantum computing, and theoretical computer science. I am currently completing my third year of undergraduate studies, pursuing a double Honors degree in Mathematics and Physics. I have been conducting research in computational chemistry with the VASP density functional theory package for the previous two summers. In 2015 I was awarded 2nd place in the undergraduate research poster competition at the PNW-AVS conference, and in 2016 I was awarded 1st place for my research in adsorbate-adsorbate interaction trends on surfaces for different Hamiltonians. I plan to finish my undergraduate degrees in June 2018 and to subsequently pursue a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics or Computer Science. I enjoy both the pursuit of truth that comes with research and the potential for applications in advancing society. During summer 2017 I will be an ORISE Undergraduate Researcher at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.