200 Union St. SE
5-250 Keller Hall
Minneapolis, MN 55414
Tel: +1 (612) 636-2896
Email: kalan019@umn.edu

About me

I am a PhD candidate (M.Sc 2016) at the Computer Science and Engineering Department, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. My thesis topic is on domain decomposition techniques for the solution of sparse symmetric eigenvalue problems. My doctoral advisor is Professor Yousef Saad. Before joining UoM, I obtained my M.Eng and M.Sc in Computer Engineering from University of Patras, Greece. I am a member of SIAM, ILAS, and ACM, as well as a member (editor) of ACM's XRDS magazine.

My research interests lie in the areas of numerical linear algebra, parallel computing, and their applications in data analysis and physics. For more details, feel free to browse my Research webpage.

How did I get here?

  1. • (Ongoing) PhD in Computer Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota, USA.
  2. • (2016) M.Sc in Computer Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota, USA.
  3. • (2014) M.Sc in Computer Science and Technology, University of Patras, Greece.
  4. • (2011) M.Eng (Diploma) in Computer Engineering and Informatics, University of Patras, Greece.
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