I use computer simulation models and observation of environmental fluxes to assess the impacts of climate and land use change at field to global scale. My work brings together the knowledge of hydrology, biogeochemistry, climate and land use to understand the impacts on environmental flux and its feedback, process representation in the models and utilization of new genera of big data.
I completed my BS in Agriculture at Banaras Hindu University in 2012. I completed my MS in Soil Physics at the South Dakota State University and Ph.D in Bioengineering at the University of Missouri in 2018. After completing my Ph.D, I worked as research scientist at Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, working with the EPA regulatory models to implement river and lake eutrophication standards for the state of Minnesota.
I am currently a Senior Member of Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratory, where I am working on computer simulation models (process models, machine learning models and Earth system models) to improve representation of different ecosystem processes in models and impact assessment of land use and climate change.