I am a senior staff member at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory where I am part of the machine learning group within the Research and Exploratory Development Department. My work here consists of developing software, algorithms, models, and simulations to solve scientific problems, with an emphasis on machine learning.
I am also currently a part-time student (PhD candidate) at the University of Maryland College Park in the Applied Mathematics & Statistics, and Scientific Computation (AMSC) program. Here I am collaborating with members of the Norbert Wiener Center for Harmonic Analysis on problems that lie at the intersection of deep learning and applied mathematics. Prior to joining the AMSC program I obtained BS and MS degrees in Computer Science from the Johns Hopkins University.
When not working or spending time with my family I enjoy puzzles and games; most especially no limit hold’em.
Much of what I work on is not publicly available; however, a few small projects (in various states of completion) can be found on my github page.