I am currently a PhD candidate in mathematics at the Royal Military College of Canada. I am also a member of the Natural and Artificial Adaptive Intelligent Systems Laboratory (NAAIS).
I focus mainly on problems in optimization and machine learning. In particular, I am interested in approximate dynamic programming (also known as reinforcement learning) methods that solve Markov decision processes.
This site is currently hosting
- updates on my research
- (supplemental) information (and errata) about my book, Basic Discrete Mathematics
- notes for the courses I teach
- and various other topics, almost surely related to mathematics.
I am so fascinated with reading Terry Tao’s blog that I patterned this site from his. The details how his site works, he freely provided. The other amazing thing is that you get to witness the active community of mathematicians that comment on his posts. Mathematics is not a static subject; it is changing constantly as we discover (invent?) more and more of it.
- Doctor of Philosophy, 2014-present.
- Masters of Science, 2011-2013.
- Bachelor of Science (Honours), 2007-2011.