I have always felt drawn to the sky. Whether its appreciating clouds or looking at stars, the phenomena above our heads have puzzled me. At the age of 12, after my first physics class, I decided to become a physicist. It took some turns to become an atmospheric scientist but I think I've found my calling.
I understand physics by doing. That's why I consider myself an experimentalist. Even better if I can build my own measurement or instrument. In science innovation is important. So is also expanding the methods. I worked in laboratory and in field. Although my heard beats for airborne measurements, laboratory measurement are the key for understanding field measurements. In my work, I aim to combine these two.