About me

I am a geoscientist, software developer, and computational mathematician. My recent research applies new, efficient and powerful boundary element methods to active tectonics and earthquake cycle problems.

I am a graduate student in the Harvard Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences where I am advised by Prof. Brendan Meade.

I also really like to run and ski a long ways in the mountains.



Recent Posts

Sneaky (transparent) huge pages - January 17, 2018

Sparse N-body matrices - July 2, 2016

Setting up my website - December 11, 2015