Marie Riddle

Undergraduate Class of 2025
Department of Physics

Marie Riddle is a sophomore in the Princeton University Physics department. She has wide-ranging interests in math and physics, specifically applying the tools and methods of each to a broad array of real-world challenges. Possible applications include climate change modeling, economic forecasting, and energy infrastructure solutions. Exploring such interdisciplinary approaches to complex systems in a variety of fields forms the core of Marie’s academic inquiry and development. She looks forward to being part of the development of SWAPI at the Princeton Space Physics Lab and helping to design and implement the absolute beam monitor. Additionally, Marie has a background in robotics and is currently employed in Princeton’s Keller Makerspace facility for creative engineering projects.