I'm an undergraduate studying mathematics at Stony Brook University and working with CATNIP Lab on a data visualization project. In pure math, the topology and geometry of 4-manifolds fascinates me the most, while computational neuroscience is my greatest interest in applied mathematics.
I also enjoy digital art, creative writing, and sci-fi novels. Right now, I'm reading The Difference Engine by William Gibson & Bruce Sterling.
My greatest accomplishment so far has been the release of Persistence, a topological data analysis library for Haskell. Besides going to school and working with the lab this year, I will probably be making some new digital art which you can find here or on my Shader Toy profile.