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My main interests are modeling and simulation, most of my background is in High Performance Computing and Computational science. My current research at MITRE involves optimizing and parallelizing code as well as data analysis on the organ transplant system.
My expertise is largely in software development and programming. I am experienced in programming in NetLogo and Python and I have also worked in Java and C/C++.
I hope to learn more about complexity science and modeling. I work with a variety of models, often once the models have already been developed. I would really like to gain a greater understanding of the development process and how decisions are made when building the models.
I currently work with the organ transplant system and I think this is an interesting area that could benefit from modeling for a greater understanding.