Benjamin H. Glick
I am a third-year undergraduate student at Lewis & Clark College. My majors are Mathematics/Computer Science (combined major) and Physics. Prior to attending Lewis & Clark, I went to high school at the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools. My academic interests include solid-state physics and thermodynamics, high-performance computing and parallelism, cloud and grid computing, discrete mathematics and combinatorics, and linear algebra. I'm particularly interested in the intersection of computation and science. Some of the most interesting things I've been able to do are helping domain scientists meet their computational needs. Much of the work I've done has to do with making computational scientific resources easier to access and utilize in order to streamline the process of computation-based science.
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