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I work in the exascale computing division at Sandia National Laboratories in Livermore, California. I have a Ph.D. in computational quantum chemistry and undergraduate degrees in computer science, mathematics, and chemistry. My focus is on scientific computing and massively parallel computing, but I have tangential interests all over the place—from language design to analysis of algorithms.

I love Python and C++. I passionately hate Fortran.

I like to make computers do cool things.


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awarded  Revival
Sep
23
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
14
comment algorithm2e with RevTex
@ChristianHupfer: Both answers use the algcompatible package, which uses algorithmic syntax (as opposed to algorithm2e syntax). I would have to rewrite all of my algorithms in a different syntax. Not impossible, but a lot of work that I'd rather not do if a workaround exists.
Jul
14
asked algorithm2e with RevTex
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awarded  Curious
May
24
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
5
answered How to disable all Vim-LaTeX mappings?
Jan
28
comment How can I reference line numbers in an external source file (e.g. C++) in a maintainable way?
Yes, thanks. That's exactly what I was looking for.
Jan
27
comment How can I reference line numbers in an external source file (e.g. C++) in a maintainable way?
Nice. That seems to be what I'm looking for, basically. Thanks. Small nit-picking comment (really not that big of a deal): any ideas on how to get rid of the dangling // before the escaped part?
Jan
27
accepted How can I reference line numbers in an external source file (e.g. C++) in a maintainable way?
Jan
27
comment How can I reference line numbers in an external source file (e.g. C++) in a maintainable way?
Either is fine; I guess it makes more sense to put the source code in the document somewhere.
Jan
27
asked How can I reference line numbers in an external source file (e.g. C++) in a maintainable way?
Jan
5
awarded  Yearling
Sep
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
11
comment Refer to previous reference, different page numbers in Bibtex
Perfect! I had been trying something similar using the notes2bib package, but this works much better. Thanks!
Mar
11
accepted Refer to previous reference, different page numbers in Bibtex
Mar
11
comment Refer to previous reference, different page numbers in Bibtex
Two different references, the second of which should refer back to the first one.
Mar
11
comment Refer to previous reference, different page numbers in Bibtex
That's fine, we can keep it. It might me useful for someone searching for a similar answer in the future.
Mar
11
comment Refer to previous reference, different page numbers in Bibtex
Thanks for the answer, though