In 2015, I left my academic career to work in the tech sector (initially at Anaconda). Between 2004 and 2015, I was a Professor in the Faculty of Science at the University of Ontario Institue of Technology (UOIT). Throughout my career, I have sought out interesting challenges while serving the greater community as best I could. I have been pursuing my research interests, developing scientific software and algorithms, mentoring co-workers and research students, building and teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, and developing academic programs.
By training, I am an applied mathematician and computer scientist. My principal area of research is scientific computing (what used to be called numerical analysis), spcifically in computational inverse problems. I am more broadly interested in numerical linear algebra, partial differential equations, optimization, scientific software development, and in high-performance computing.