My name is Alden Bradford. I am currently wrapping up a PhD in applied mathematics at Purdue university.
Below are links to a few projects which I have created which I am particularly proud of.
An emulator for a common scientific calculator
A Scikit-Learn compatible implementation of the nTARP clustering algorithm
This uses some novel optimizations which I discovered, allowing the whole procedure to be run efficiently in a vectorized manner.
A list of readings relevant to antiracism in mathematics
This was generated by the Purdue Math Antiracism Reading Group, which has mostly been coordinated by me and my wife.
A tool to generate Apollonian gaskets
This uses a clever algorithm which was first published in 2001. This was used to make some posters to decorate the Purdue math department.
A Spanish/English translation dictionary
This is a collaboration between myself and Sofía Martínez Alberga. We were disappointed by the existing translation tools for bilingual mathematicians, so we decided to do something about it.
A tool for teaching complex analysis to middleschool students
This was made hurriedly to help my sister teach complex analysis concepts to middle school students during the height of the Covid 19 pandemic. It is also a fun place to play around distorting images.