I am highly interested in math modeling, stochastic processes, and stochastic differential equations. I completed my PhD in spring 2010, and I now work at Exelon on models predicting energy usage and pricing. Previously, I developed models to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of HIV treatments and to explore the medical importance of cell metabolism. I'm also interested in theoretical results regarding networks with random input and multiple time scales.
|Advisor(s):||Jonathan Christopher Mattingly, Michael C. Reed|
|Thesis Title:||Time-Scaled Stochastic Input to Biochemical Reaction Networks|
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