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2200 Mission College Blvd
Santa Clara, CA, 95052 USA
Phone: (408) 765-1936
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I graduated on August 1997. I now work in the Santa Clara office of Intel.
My resume (not updated)
- I was a graduate student in the algorithms and computational complexity group of the CMU School of Computer Science, working with Gary L. Miller.
- My thesis is titled: Well spaced points for numerical methods . The main application of my thesis work is to the problem of mesh coarsening, though applications to mesh generation are discussed as well.
- I have also dabbled in NESL , a nested data parallel language, developed by the SCANDAL group. I worked on the development of a parallel Delaunay triangulation algorithm. See our paper and an animation of the algorithm. Recently, Jonathan Hardwick developed a C with MPI primitives implementation of the algorithm. See his SPAA 97 paper.
- Here is a list of my publications . It reflects my work done in CMU, and is not up to date (yet). Please check my resume above for a more updated list.
My areas of interest include mesh generation, scientific computation, computational geometry and parallel algorithms.
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