Welcome to my site!
At work, I develop embedded software for precision actuators at Zaber Technologies in Vancouver, while in my free time, I enjoy lifting weights and playing around with various technologies, like Jekyll, which I learned to make this website.
On this site, you'll find a growing pile of information about my undergraduate research, a bit about hobby projects and some random odds and ends. Happy browsing.
Quantum Monte Carlo - Version 2.0 and Animations
02 Nov 2016
As a first step in my undergraduate research on simulating physical quantum annealing, I wrote some Monte Carlo solver. I wrote my first implementation of a path-integral Quantum Monte Carlo (PI-QMC) in Python using numpy linear algebra operations. The code quality was not great though and it was not particularly nice to use. So a few weeks ago, I decided to re-write it as something I would be happy to share with others, so here it is!