As the sole Imaging Engineer for medical device company JointPoint, I developed an image processing framework in C# to auto-place anatomical landmarks in intra-operative fluoroscopy images. Using techniques such as segmentation, adaptive thresholding, and non-maximum suppression edge detection, I created a program to automatically detect the femoral head, femoral canal, acetabulum, greater trochanter, pelvic reference line, and pelvic brim.
This work is being folded into software co-marketed by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Depuy Synthes.
This Quantum Computing package, started during Wolfram Summer School 2017, enables the simulation of quantum circuits for qudit (generalized d-level quantum system). Using sparse arrays and lookup tables, this package efficiently stores quantum states, maintaining a unified structure for pure, mixed, and entangled quantum states… Continue reading “Wolfram Quantum Computing Framework”
QTop is an open-source python module for simulation and visualization of topological quantum codes. QTop is object-oriented and easy to read, facilitating the addition and assessment of new topological computing architectures, as well as the development of novel decoders.
Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics (LQCD) is a numerical approach to understanding the strong nuclear force, in which space and time are discretized into a 4D lattice. Calculating the quark propagator involves inverting sparse, roughly symmetric and diagonally dominant matrices with trillions of entries… Continue reading “Combinatorial Multigrid for Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics”