I am a (close to graduating) computer science PhD student in the area of floating point mathematics and formal verification. My mentor at the Univerity of Utah is Pavel Panchekha. As of 2023 I have 7 years of experience performing research, mainly focusing on floating point from the perspectives of error and performance. Once floating point is chosen by a programmer they are exchanging accuracy for performance, but are often only given a few points in this tradeoff to chose from. I want to give the programmer more choice in this tradeoff.
My current resume/CV is here
While an intern at the Automated Reasoning Group I made haploid, which is a system for simplifying SMT queries in order to increase solver speed and stability.