My work focuses on model order reduction techniques and physics-informed machine learning. I obtained my PhD and Master of Science in Mechanical engineering and Computational Science from MIT under the supervision of Professor Anthony T. Patera and Dr. Tian Tian respectively. I obtained my bachelor degrees from Ecole Centrale Paris and University of Paris-Sud with a triple-major in Mathematics, Physics and Mechanical Engineering. I am currently working on designing novel deep Latent Variable Models to discover physically meaningful structures from climate extreme events with uncertainty quantification. I am generally interested in computational tools and machine learning techniques for climate modeling.