About Me

I am a first-year master’s student at Texas A&M University (TAMU) in materials science and engineering with a B.S. in chemical engineering and minors in physics and materials science & engineering. I am an aspiring physicist with strong interests in philosophy (philosophy of religion, epistemology, and ethics), biblical studies, and Islamic studies. Within physics, my research is on nanomaterials and how they interact with light and produce electricity (you can read more about my research at https://condensedmaterials.weebly.com/).

In the future, I hope to obtain a Ph.D. in either physics or materials science and become a professor. I am considering getting an additional degree in philosophy or some branch of religious studies. My hope in becoming a professor is that I may glorify God in training and equipping the next generation in the scientific, philosophical, and religious realms.