University of California, Davis
Zoe is a third-year doctoral student in Water Resources Engineering at the University of California, Davis and earned a dual B.S. in Geological Engineering and Geophysics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in the spring of 2018. Her research interests include groundwater contamination, machine learning implementations, and figuring out a novel way to combine the two. Her current research project explores the link between pore space structure and flow distribution at the pore scale. When away from the computer, she participates in outreach & mentoring events through the Society of Women Engineers & the MESA program, and works to improve her graduate program’s student community through the Society of Water & Environmental Graduate Students.