Alan Stuart Edelman is an American mathematician and computer scientist. He is a Professor of Applied Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Principal Investigator at the MIT Computer Science and AI Laboratory where he leads a group in Applied Computing. In 2004 he founded Interactive Supercomputing, which was later acquired by Microsoft. Edelman is a fellow of AMS, SIAM, IEEE, and ACM for his contributions in numerical linear algebra, computational science, parallel computing and random matrix theory, and he is one of the co-creators for the technical computing language Julia.Source: Wikipedia
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