While I was an undergraduate at Caltech, I contributed to the development of the following scientific software packages:
- COSI-Corr: co-registration of optically sensed images and correlation
- mystic: a framework for highly-constrained non-convex optimization and uncertainty quantification
- luban: a generic user interface language
- MCViNE: Monte Carlo virtual neutron experiments
At Princeton, I took the class APC524: Software Engineering for Scientific Computing in Fall 2014. For the final project, I worked with 3 other students to develop EbolaOpt, a software package that calculates optimal resource allocation during a disease outbreak.
My github can be found here.