I can be reached
The Department of Mathematics
University of Maryland at Baltimore County
Baltimore, MD 21250
I was a student of Richard Melrose at MIT (Ph.D., 1998). While in grad school, I was also co-advised by Prof. S-T. Yau at Havard University. Before that, I went to college at Duke University where I was a triple major in electrical engineering, computer science and mathematics (class of 93).
This fall (2011), I am teaching Math 221 (section 1):
Linear Algebra. If you have any questions about this class, please
refer to the class blackboard page or simply contact me.
My other (full-time) job is to solve challenging yet interesting problems using mathematics. I am chief scientist at Cyber Operations Branch (VCB) in Applied Information Science Dept. (AISD) of Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.
My life-time job, however, is to serve God and His purpose for my generation. I attend Worthy Life
Baptist Church located in Baltimore, Md., right outside Johns Hopkins University. If you are interested in checking
out my church, just simply ask ME! :-)