I am fortunate to be advised by
Joe Kileel, with whom I am currently working on problems related to low rank tensor approximation.
During my master’s degree I worked with Edgar Solomonik on theoretical and numerical aspects of the tensor eigenpair problem, and with Harley Johnson on computational electronic structure.
As an undergraduate I researched multiple phenomena related to nonequilibrium plasmas including plasma-liquid simulations with David Go and plasma jets with Scott Walton. I also spent one summer with a (chance) position in a nuclear physics laboratory, which is how I got into research.
- August 2022 - present: Applied Mathematics Group, Joe Kileel, UT Austin
- March 2021 - August 2022: Labaratory for Parallel Numerical Algorithms, Edgar Solomonik, UIUC
- July 2020 - May 2022: Harley T. Johnson Group, UIUC
- Fall 2017 - Spring 2020: Go Lab, University of Notre Dame
- Summer 2019: Naval Research Lab (Plasma Physics Division), Washington D.C.
- Summer 2017: Nuclear Science Laboratory, University of Notre Dame
PERSONAL RESEARCH PROJECTS
Write ups of my thoughts and efforts on various problems both inside and outside my research field (and of varying degrees of originality and complexity) can be found among my posts.
You might be interested in
- something light:
The theoretical minimum time for competition speed climbing
- something serious: The space of matrices where LU factorization requires pivoting is almost full-dimensional