• (Ph. D and A.M.) Washington University in St. Louis (2019- present)

I am Currently in my fifth year at WashU, working on a Ph.D. in Mathematics focusing on finite element exterior calculus.

  • (M.S.) Tarleton State University (2015-2017)

I earned a master's in Mathematics with an emphasis in data mining at Tarleton State University, as part of my continuing interest in combining computers and mathematics in any way I can. While at Tarleton I worked on:

  • gas dynamics

  • parallel programming in Cuda

  • statistical modeling (theoretical, and implementation in Python, R, SAS, SQL)

  • data warehousing

  • text cleaning

  • (M.S.) University of Tennessee in Chattanooga SimCenter (2012-2015)

At the SimCenter I first encountered applied mathematics, as well as the joy of combining computational work and mathematical analysis. I have been trying ever since to find the balance between these two areas of interest. At the SimCenter I was involved in:

      • mathematical modeling for physical simulations

      • viscous fluid flow

      • mesh generation using GridGen and Pointwise softwares

      • programming in Python, Fortran, C/C++

      • shell scripting

      • parallel programming (MPI, OpenMP, Posix threads)

      • finite element methods

  • (B.A.) Covenant College (2009-2012)