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Arielle K. Carr

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I am an assistant professor at Lehigh University in the Computer Science and Engineering department. My research focus is in the fields of applied linear algebra, applied numerical analysis, and scientific computing; please see my research page for more information on past and current projects. I earned my PhD in math from Virginia Tech (VT) in 2021, where I studied the efficient solution of large linear systems and eigenproblems. I hold a BS and MS in math with a minor in computer science from VT, as well as a BS in sociology with a minor in education from Roanoke College. At Lehigh, I also am a member of the Scalable Systems and Software Research group and the Institute for Data, Intelligent Systems, and Computation.

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I am currently hiring motivated graduate students with strong programming skills who are capable of conducting quality research in the fields of scientific computing, applied linear algebra, and applied numerical analysis. Experience in high performance computing is preferred, but not required. Positions will begin Fall 2022, with the possibility of a Spring 2022 start date. Please contact me directly via email with your CV and a brief statement of purpose if you are interested in applying to work in my lab.

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