Welcome!

I'm Charles Kulick, a fourth year PhD student at the University of California, Santa Barbara. 

My research focus is scientific machine learning, specifically the learning and inference of interacting particle systems through leveraging modern techniques from both statistical learning and computational machine learning literature. 

The animated backgrounds on all pages are my fish swarming simulations replicating the work of Chen and Kolokolnikov. 

My advisor is Dr. Sui Tang.
Spring 2024 Course Information
Math 108C: Matrix Analysis

I am the TA for Dr. Bueno Cachadina's section.

My office hours will be held in South Hall 6431L, every Monday Noon-2pm.
Find me in the Math Lab every Wednesday, 5-7pm.

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2024 Directed Reading Program
A Whirlwind Tour of Cryptography

For the 2024 UCSB Directed Reading Program, I'm leading my second reading group focusing specifically on cryptography, from the introductory level to advanced topics.

I believe cryptography is one of the best ways to first learn high level mathematical reasoning skills. For this reason, I've been compiling notes from my DRP discussions this year; I hope to make these publically available so others can feel free to use these notes as a quick reference for all things cryptography or for planning a fantastic DRP targeted at motivated first or second year math majors.

A first draft will be released soon; check back in just a bit!

charles@math.ucsb.edu

UC Santa Barbara
Department of Mathematics
Santa Barbara, CA 93106

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I'm always happy to discuss math and make connections. Send me an email!