About Me

I am a sixth year mathematics PhD student at Temple University working under the supervision of Professor Daniel B. Szyld in the Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing Group. My research interests are broadly in numerical linear algebra and high performance scientific computing.

In particular, I am interested in both the theory and efficient implementation of practical numerical methods for solving large linear systems of equations on heterogeneous computing architectures. Within this, specific topics I am currently researching include the Krylov subspace methods and randomized linear algebra on high-performance GPUs.