Extensive image and signal processing experience using both computational and analytic tools.
Skilled coder in Julia and Python. Experience with diverse signal processing problem domains.

Doctor of Philosophy

University of California, Davis |
2014-2022

Applied Mathematics

On Interpreting Scattering Coefficients

Bachelors of Science

University of Wisconsin, Madison |
2009-2014

Mathematics, with honors in the major, Physics, and Computer Science

GGAM Graduate student representative

UC Davis |
2018-2020

Represented the graduate students on the Graduate Group in Applied Mathematics executive committee (the faculty organizing committee).

Student-run Math and Applied Math Seminar

UC Davis |
2017-2019

Co-organized widely attended weekly seminar for graduate student presentations

Davis Math Conference

UC Davis |
2015

Co-organized a 1 day conference for Davis mathematicians, applied mathematicians, and associated departments

GSA Applied Mathematics General Assembly Representative

UC Davis |
2015-2017

Represented the Applied Math Graduate students in the Graduate Student Association General Assembly

Dissertation work advised by Naoki Saito

UC Davis |
2016-2022

classified ocean floor objects such as unexploded ordinance using the Scattering Transformwrote julia packages to perform differentiable parallel and GPU Scattering Transformsadapted Fortran library to generate synthetic sonar examplesused julia autodiff to generate interpretable examples of used Scattering Transform features

Machine Learning Internship

Bell Labs |
Summer 2018

examined the role of depth in convolutional neural networksTensorflow based NN experiments, computing mutual information and differential entropyTheoretical examination of complexity with depth

GSR: Closed-Loop phase-locked Stimulation

UC Davis |
2016-2018

collaborated with a team of 10 graduate students and professorsdeveloped matlab real-time phase estimation methods in a high noise environment for use in brain stimulation techniques

Research Experience for Undergraduates

UW Madison |
Spring 2012

Collaborated with a team of 4 graduate and undergraduate students advised by Professor Andrej Zlatošcharacterized solutions to KPP-reaction diffusion equation using tools from functional analysis

Collaborative Undergraduate Research Lab

UW Madison |
Spring 2012

Studied elliptic curves over finite fieldsworked with a team of 3 undergraduate students as part of a course advised by Professor Melanie Wooddetermined statistical behavior based on computational sampling