Hello! I'm Tyler. I'm a University of Chicago Ph.D. student working on enabling supercomputers to make enormous scientific data both findable and reusable. My thesis work touches on high-performance computing, file forensics, and machine learning. With my degree, I intend to keep solving problems that enable scientists to maximize insights from existing data, whether it's as a professor, consultant, or scientist.
I recently taught my first class, Introduction to Computer Science II at the University of Chicago. In this class students learned stuff. UNDER CONSTRUCTION.
I recently completed an internship with IBM Research where I developed modular, scalable genome assembly pipelines for IBM's OMXWare.