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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 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 BA in sociology with a minor in education from Roanoke College. At Lehigh, I am a member of the Quantum Computing and Optimization Lab, the Scalable Systems and Software research group, Lehigh Blockchain, and the Institute for Data, Intelligent Systems, and Computation.

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