This honoree is a senior double-majoring in Physics and Mathematics. They began research in experimental particle physics through the 2016 Aresty Summer Science program and have continued through their current senior honors project. The primary goal of their research at Rutgers has been to analyze data from the Large Hadron Collider, specifically its Compact Muon Solenoid detector. The crux of their idea involved the creation of a different scheme for classifying the data to separate possible See-Saw signals from the plethora of other types of collisions. Results from this research were published in the prestigious journal Physical Review Letters in which they were made an individual author of the paper. In 2018, they were awarded a Goldwater Scholarship for their excellence in the STEM fields.