Kyle Kloster Wrangling data, algorithms, and code in the SF Bay

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Me. I am an applied mathematician and computer scientist with experience in algorithms, linear algebra, and graph theory. I recently started a job as a software engineer with the computational geometry team at Carbon 3D, a late-stage additive manufacturing start-up in Redwood City, CA.

I received my PhD in Mathematics from Purdue University in 2016, where I worked with Professor David Gleich in the Computer Science department. My research centered on using linear algebra, optimization, and graph theory for large-scale data analysis via machine learning techniques like clustering, community detection, ranking, and recommendation systems. As a post-doc at NCSU I developed algorithms and software for difficult optimization and graph analytics problems, exploiting structure to scale methods to huge data sets.

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