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location Cambridge, MA
age 31
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seen Aug 25 at 16:38

PostDoc at Harvard in computer graphics.


Jul
24
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Dec
6
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
25
comment Simple tax puzzle
thanks ; that makes sense. I wasn't expecting to be off-topic as I saw a "puzzle" tag though (although this isn't math higher than high school level) ;)
Oct
25
accepted Simple tax puzzle
Oct
25
asked Simple tax puzzle
Jun
25
comment minimizing the norm of a curl over a domain
I was partly asking out of curiosity, and also due to a project I tried and didn't work out well... this could as well be to the way I formulated it (rather than your simpler Laplace equation), or a bug or anything. I might take another look at some point :) The answer was interesting anyway. Thanks!
Jun
25
comment minimizing the norm of a curl over a domain
thanks a lot for the insight! :)
Jun
25
accepted minimizing the norm of a curl over a domain
May
17
awarded  Constituent
May
17
awarded  Caucus
Apr
11
comment Visualizing a Calabi Yau
(also, according to the images they show, their visualization resulting from their paper is quite different from the usual one that they displayed with Mathematica on the left)
Apr
11
comment Visualizing a Calabi Yau
yep, I saw it, but they compute a parameterization of the surface. I would like to render these manifolds using raytracing (i.e., this only requires to numerically compute the intersection between a line and the manifold), and in this context, I'd like to understand why I would need 2 algebraic equations (+the equation of my line) to compute an (or several) intersection point(s). I didn't really understand how the "projection in 3D" worked in his paper as well :s Thanks!
Apr
4
revised Visualizing a Calabi Yau
addendum
Apr
3
asked Visualizing a Calabi Yau
Apr
1
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
1
awarded  Talkative
Jan
1
comment metric in the Wasserstein space of gaussian measures
Oh sorry! I thought the bounty was already awarded to you (that was the point of my bounty, to "award an existing exemplary answer")! I just fixed that. Thanks for noticing!
Jan
1
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
28
comment PDF of function $r=(x^2 + y^2)^{1/2}$
I was wondering given the poster's last few questions : is-it possible to have a negative reputation ? ;)