Dr. Nicholas Dwork received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Stanford University in 2019 under the tutelage of John Pauly. He then completed a three year post-doc at UCSF in 2022 under Peder Larson. He is now an assistant professor at CU Anschutz where he founded a lab focused on medical imaging and radiation therapy. With his work, Dr. Dwork has devised methods to formulate medical problems as optimization problems that can then be solved with efficient algorithms.

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Alex McManus completed his B.S. in Applied Mathematics from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2017. After a brief stint in the aerospace industry, he entered the Applied Mathematics PhD program at CU Boulder in 2020. His interests include optimization, signal processing, astrodynamics, probability, and efficient computational mathematics.

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