
Degree:  PhD Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  Expected May, 2021  
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Degree:  PhD Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  Expected May, 2020  
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Degree:  Ph.D. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  Expected spring, 2018  
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Current Position:  Ph.D. Student, Emory University 

Degree:  Ph.D. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  Expected spring, 2018  
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Current Position:  Ph.D. Student, Emory University 

Degree:  Ph.D. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  August, 2014  
Thesis Title:  Inverse Problems in Hyperspectral Imaging  
Current Position:  Postdoc, Unviersity of Pennsylvania 

Degree:  Ph.D. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  August, 2013  
Thesis Title:  Mathematical Models and Numerical Methods for Wavefront Reconstruction  
Current Position:  Highmark Health 

Degree:  Ph.D. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2013  
Thesis Title:  Iterative Polyenergetic Digital Tomosynthesis Reconstructions for Breast Cancer Screening  
Current Position:  Financial Analytics, JP Morgan Chase 

Degree:  Ph.D. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  August, 2011  
Thesis Title:  LargeScale Inverse Problems in Imaging: Two Case Studies  
Current Position:  Staff Scientist, MKL Group, Intel 

Degree:  Ph.D. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  August, 2010  
Thesis Title:  Practical Image Deblurring: with Synthetic Boundary Conditions, with GPUs, and with Multiple Frames  
Current Position:  Software Engineer, Google, Mountain View, CA 

Degree:  Ph.D. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  December, 2009  
Thesis Title:  High Performance Java Software for Image Processing  
Current Position:  Research Staff Member, Wolfram Research, Champaign, IL 

Degree:  Ph.D. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2009  
Thesis Title:  Numerical Approaches for LargeScale IllPosed Inverse Problems  
Current Position:  Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, VA Tech 

Degree:  Ph.D., Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2004  
Dissertation Title:  Kronecker Products in Image Restoration  
Current Position:  DDS, Honolulu, HI 

Degree:  Ph.D., Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2004  
Dissertation Title:  Regularization of QuasiNewton Methods Applied to Image Restoration  
Current Position:  Associate Professor, Appalachian State University 

Degree:  Ph.D., Department of Mathematics , Southern Methodist University 
Graduation Date:  May 16, 1998  
Dissertation Title:  Singular Value DecompositionBased Methods for Signal and Image Processing (get compressed postscript file)  
Current Position:  Software Engineer, Raytheon Systems, Dallas, TX 

Degree:  Ph.D., Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  ABD  
Dissertation Title:  Bound Constrained Regularization of LargeScale IllPosed Problems  
Current Position:  Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Marshall University 

Degree:  B.S. (Highest Honors) Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2017  
Thesis Title:  Updating QR Factorization for Kronecker Products 

Degree:  B.S. (High Honors) Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2017  
Thesis Title:  Generalized Cross Validation for IllPosed Inverse Problems 

Degree:  B.S. (Highest Honors) Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2016  
Thesis Title:  SVD Approximations of Large Scale Inverse Problems 

Degree:  B.S. (Highest Honors) Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2016  
Thesis Title:  Nonnegative and Volume Constrained Image Deblurring 

Degree:  B.S. (Highest Honors) Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2016  
Thesis Title:  Determination of Order in Desmosomes and Resolution of Mechanisms of Pemphigus Vulgaris 

Degree:  B.S. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2015  
Thesis Title:  Pricing Multiasset Pathdependent Options Through Monte Carlo Simulations 

Degree:  B.S. (Highest Honors), Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2013  
Thesis Title:  Gradient Descent Methods for LargeScale Linear Inverse Problems 

Degree:  B.S. (Highest Honors), Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2011  
Thesis Title:  Spatial Optimization of 4Poster Feeders for TickBorne Disease Management 

Degree:  B.S. (High Honors), Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2010  
Thesis Title:  The Effects of Projection on Iterative Methods in Image Deblurring 

Degree:  B.A. (Highest Honors), Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2004  
Thesis Title:  Filtering Methods for Image Restoration 

Degree:  M.S., B.S. (Highest Honors), Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2002  
Thesis Title:  A Matlab ObjectOriented Approach to Kronecker Product Approximation in Image Restoration 

Degree:  M.S., B.S. (Highest Honors), Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  May, 2001  
Thesis Title:  Java Tools for Image Restoration 

Degree:  M.S., Department of Mathematics and Computer Science , Emory University 
Graduation Date:  August, 2005  
Thesis Title:  Principal Component Analysis and Face Recognition 