I am currently working a Lickenbrock Technologies as a senior research and development engineer.  Before this, I was a postdoc at Arizona State University in the SoMSS with the Research Training Group.  My primary research activity has been in imaging science and inverse problems, with a particular focus in synthetic aperture radar (SAR), tomography, electron microscopy, spectral methods, and higher order total variation (HOTV) methods.  More recently I have been working on blind deconvolution, conebeam CT, and automated flaw inspection and classification using sparse imaging and machine learning.  Other general research topics include approximation theory, numerical analysis, optimization, image processing, image registration, and data correction techniques.

Some of the MATLAB software developed in my research can be downloaded here.  Please contact me with any questions, comments, or inquiries.




2015, PhD in Mathematics, The University of South Carolina.

Concentration in Applied and Computational Mathematics.


2010, B.S. in Mathematics, Georgia Southern University.

Nanoscale 3D imaging from electron tomography: