Matthew D. Merris
Emphasis in Computer Science
B.S. in Physics, Minor in Mathematics
Advisor: Tim Andersen
I am driven by a desire to explore the interconnected seething systems of the universe and fascinated by the process of transforming data into information. My current research interests include scalable algorithms and architectures for computational processes around tensor-based applications, benchmarking, workload classification, and data synthesis. I am currently a member of the Tensor500 research group developing benchmarks around tensor-based operations. The group is funded by the NSF. My undergraduate studies were in Physics and Mathematics and included research in nanotechnology and non-linear optics.