bio | website | theochem.mit.edu |
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location | Cambridge, MA | |
age | 33 | |
visits | member for | 4 years, 11 months |
seen | Oct 3 '12 at 2:19 | |
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I'm a postdoc in computational chemistry at MIT. I have a background in chemical physics and applied mathematics. I am currently learning random matrix theory in an effort to improve simulation methods for solar energy applications and other physics and chemistry modeling efforts.
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asked | Random Schrödinger operators with asymmetric Lifshitz tails? |
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answered | Expected values of traces of products of random matrices |
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Best Numerical Method for Evaluating a Hilbert transform
This is actually not too different from Sheehan Olver's published method. |
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Weyl inequalities for largest eigenvalue of matrix sum
I found this to be a nice introduction to the topic. ams.org/notices/200102/fea-knutson.pdf |
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Reconstructing an Euclidean point cloud from their pairwise distances
@Gjergji my apologies for the duplication. FWIW I did try to search for this question but I didn't quite turn up anything on my own. |
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Reconstructing an Euclidean point cloud from their pairwise distances
@Joseph - thank you, I had the feeling that I was missing some magic incantation to find the relevant literature. |
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asked | Reconstructing an Euclidean point cloud from their pairwise distances |
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How to quantify noncommutativity?
To be honest, I was expecting to hear "this is obvious and well known and the answer is X", but it certainly seems like this is a potential research area of wide interest. |