I am a PhD student in the Science, Technology, and Society program at MIT, where I am also a member of the Visualization Group at CSAIL. My research focuses on critical cartography and information visualization, and I think a lot about sensory perception. In January 2018, I was a visiting research scientist at the European Commission. Before coming to MIT, I received a BA and MA from Stanford, where I wrote my thesis on visualizing history and early modern timelines.
November 2018: "Modeling Flavor," History of Science Society Annual Meeting (Seattle, WA). This was part of a panel titled "Technologies of Taste" I co-organized with Hannah Leblanc, featuring a truly incredible cast of women: Ann-Sophie Barwich, Christy Spackman, Deborah Fitzgerald, and Victoria Lee. Definitely check out some of their work!
November 2017: "Visualizing Historical Knowledge," History of Science Society Annual Meeting (Toronto, Canada). I gave a short summary of my dissertation project.