My interests focus on applying high performance, large scale computing to complex and computationally intensive economic models.
Since 2007 I have been bridging economics, applied mathematics, and computer science to eliminate some of the computational barriers that scientists have these days.
I have worked in general on parallelizing dynamic stochastic models, and on speeding up structural estimation for various economic problems.
I am interested in collaborations focused on developing and using large scale, powerful tools that enable applied scientists (econ, bio, med., etc.) to work with more complex models