I am currently a graduate student in the School of Physics at Georgia Institute of Technology. My interests span several subfields of mathematics and theoretical physics. My thesis work focuses on cardiac dynamics (e.g.,), in particular, the application of techniques from pattern formation and dynamical systems to simplified models of cardiac excitation. I am also interested in dynamical equations with less specific domains (e.g., the Complex Ginzburg-Landau equation, Navier-Stokes, or Kuramoto-Sivashinsky), and their relevance for understanding infinite-dimensional chaos.

This page will serve as a conglomeration of some of my programming efforts. I am very familiar with Python, Julia, and Matlab as convenient and acceptably speedy heavy lifters. Furthermore, I have had extensive practice writing OpenCL device kernels, which affords me some familiarity with CUDA device kernels. On the analytical side of computer-assisted mathematics, I have experience with both Mathematica and Sage.

This page will be maintained as the ever-scarce resources of time and attention allow. My email is .

A short list of some of my programs follows:

  1. Complex Ginzburg-Landau equation solver \( \partial_{t}u \)
  2. (TODO)