Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities (2022)
M.S. Physics, University of Minnesota - Duluth (2016)
B.S. Physics, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse (2014)
Office: 6-186 Keller Hall
Email: [email protected]
Summary of Research:
My research focuses on probabilistic magnetization switching of magnetic tunnel junctions for stochastic programming and synchronization of spin torque oscillators for neuromorphic computing applications. I am working towards developing an array of coupled spin torque oscillators for neuro-inspired computing architectures.