Jonathan comes to us from Princeton University, where he recently received a Ph. D. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. His Ph. D research centered on the theory and applications of a numerical method called dynamic mode decomposition, which is used in the fluid mechanics community to analyze high-dimensional datasets that describe nonlinear dynamics. Prior to that, Jonathan studied at the University of Washington, where he earned a B. S. in Aeronautics and Astronautics, as well as a B. S. in Mathematics. His various awards include the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and the Princeton Wu Prize for Excellence.