Fifth year Ph.D. student
Phone: (617) 459-1125
Home address: |
My research interest is scientific computing, especially semidefinite programming, optimization, and geometric computing.
Minisymposium Organization
Internship
As a Givens Associate, I worked with Mihai Anitescu in assessing the feasibility of using the Metropolis process to compute the radial distribution of different types of systems of particles at equilibrium and to reconstruct such systems from the given distribution. The simulation was implemented in both Matlab and C++.
I worked as a teaching assistant for a number of courses in computer science department at Cornell University. Specifically, I was involved in the following courses:
Summer 2004 | CS 322: Introduction to Scientific Computation |
Spring 2004 | CS 322: Introduction to Scientific Computation |
Fall 2003 | CS 421: Numerical Analysis |
Summer 2003 | CS 322: Introduction to Scientific Computation |
Spring 2003 | CS 322: Introduction to Scientific Computation |
Fall 2002 | CS 99: Fundamental Programming Concepts |