Alden Bradford

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About Me

I am a PhD candidate in the math department at Purdue University. By my reckoning, that makes me a 21st grader. My research is in data science; specifically, I have been working on improving and documenting the n-TARP clustering algorithm, under my advisor Mireille Boutin.

I have several years experience teaching math courses at Purdue, acting as a teaching assistant, a primary instructor, or a course coordinator. You can find documents left over from courses I have taught, including quizzes, exams, and student comments here organised by semester.

I do a number of hobby projects in programming, electronics, and hand crafts. Some of those are available on my github page. Others I have hosted here for now.

I sometimes use this website to host files I want to share with people. That gets put here.

Since the summer of 2020 I have facilitated a reading group in my department focused on antiracism, which you can learn more about here.

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