David Uminsky is the director for the MS in Data Science program. His research interests are in applied mathematics. He is interested in unsupervised machine learning, data clustering, algebraic signal processing, as well as pattern formation, dynamical systems and fluids. David was selected in 2015 by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) as a Kavli Frontiers of Science Fellow. Each year, 100 researchers under the age of 45 are selected by the academy, and the 20% of the current NAS were...
PhD, Mathematics, Boston University | BS, Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College
Seminar Series III, Seminar Series IV, Differential Equations, Directed Reading and Research, Review of Linear Algebra, Seminar Series V