Software developer and (former?) mathematician living in Brooklyn,
NY, United States.
is a distributed fault-tolerant system for collecting data feeds,
written in Go.
I currently have a
replica deployment collecting NYC transit data.
Transiter is a web service that subscribes to realtime transit data
feeds and provides views on the data through a REST API.
PATH Train GTFS Realtime
is a Go application that
generates a GTFS Realtime feed for the PATH train system in
New York and New Jersey.
The realtimerail.nyc React webapp
displays train times for the NYC Subway.
Despite being branded, it’s fully open source
When I was doing research mathematics I got into typesetting and
created one thing people have found useful:
- Linux and Mac installer
for Michael Spivak’s MathTime Professional 2 fonts for Latex. There’s a free version of the fonts, so you have no excuse to continue using the overbearingly ubiquitous Computer Modern.
I obtained my PhD in mathematics from the Courant Institute,
New York University, in 2018.
My adviser was Pierre Germain.
My thesis is entitled
Two topics in the theory of nonlinear Schrödinger equations
- Equivariant heat and Schrödinger flows from
Euclidean space to complex projective space
- Resonant Hamiltonian systems associated to the
one-dimensional non-linear Schrödinger equation with harmonic trapping