I'm broadly interested in aspects of signal processing, imaging, inverse problems, optimization, scientific computing, numerical methods, numerical simulation, high-performance computing, machine learning, data analysis, and wave propagation. My thesis work is in developing improved methods for acoustic wave-based imaging. While my main application area has been for geophysical problems, I have broad and interdisciplinary interests.
For my publications list, please see my Google Scholar profile.
Superresolution with the zero-phase imaging conditionCollaborated with Laurent Demanet (MIT)
Physics-embedded inverse analysis with automatic differentiation for the earth's subsurfaceCollaborated with Wu Hao (1st author, LANL) and Daniel O'Malley (LANL)
Early steps towards practical subsurface computations with quantum computingCollaborated with Daniel O'Malley (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
A comparison of linear solvers for resolving flow in three-dimensional discrete fracture networksCollaborated with Jeffrey Hyman (LANL) and Daniel O'Malley (LANL)
An approach to seismic inversion with quantum annealingCollaborated with Daniel O'Malley (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
A data matching algorithm and its applications in seismic data analysisUndergraduate honors thesis, UT Austin 2018
Prestack phase corrections using local seismic attributesCollaborated with Sergey Fomel (UT Austin) and Michael Fry (BP)
Improving migration resolution by approximating the least-squares Hessian using non-stationary amplitude and frequency matchingCollaborated with Zhiguang Xue (UT Austin) and Sergey Fomel (UT Austin)
Matching and merging high-resolution and legacy seismic imagesCollaborated with Sergey Fomel (UT Austin)