I'm Daniel,

An aspiring Computational Scientist.

I'm in the midst of achieving a master's degree in Computational Science and Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, under the supervision of Youssef Marzouk in the Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering program. I finished my undergraduate program in 2021, graduating from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in Computational Modeling and Data Analytics, a B.S. in Applied Computational Mathematics, and a minor in Computer Science. My academic research history spans numerical tensor algebra, fast Fourier transforms, CPU vectorization, parametric model order reduction, and statistical filtering & parameter inference. My professional experience is related to some of these, plus data visualization & analytics in several different environments. For more about these topics, check out Research.

Other pet projects include collaborating on an esoteric language, developing a LaTeX-rendering messenger bot, a fairly robust symbolic & numeric software stack written from scratch in Java, and self-hosting web services that are generally productivity-focused (think Jupyter notebooks, password managers, video-conferencing software, collaboration tools, etc.). For more information, see the About Me page.

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