This website once was my online research journal while I was working on my Ph.D. Now it is an outlet for interesting mathematics- and programming-related ideas and musings. I like to share things I find useful.
I am an applied scientist at Amazon Web Services and formerly a Ph.D. student at the University of Washington Department of Applied Mathematics where my thesis work culminated in the Sage software package, Abelfunctions. Back then, my research interests included computational algebraic geometry, large-scale linear and numerical analysis, and scientific software development. Now, I work on a variety of problems in machine learning including topic modeling with tensors, anomaly detection, and large-scale K-nearest-neighbors search.
Outside of work, I enjoy hiking, backpacking, poker, board games, and fine Washingtonian and Oregonian beers and wines.