I received my PhD in applied mathematics from the University of Virginia in May 1992 with a dissertation focused on domain decomposition methods for shared memory vector multiprocessors (e.g. Cray Y-MP). I continue to be interested in high performance computing and am currently interested in HPC solutions to queueing network problems.

I am a member of the Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences (currently serving on the board of directors) and the Mathematical Association of America.

I enjoy tinkering with computers and I manage our Linux workstations, including using them as a parallel cluster for research.