I am currently pursuing a Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering at Northeastern University, advised by Professor Eduardo Sontag. My research focuses in the studying and control of dynamical systems in cancer and immunology with interests that extend to the areas of applied mathematics, high-performance computing, chemical engineering, and machine learning. I am also completing a Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering concurrently.

Prior to this opportunity, I obtained a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from Tufts University. I have also researched in medical imaging with Qianqian Fang (NU), transient diffusion in composite membranes with Jerry H. Meldon (Tufts), and control of chemical processes with Christos Georgakis (Tufts).

I can be reached at anhphong.t [at] gmail.com and my resume is available [PDF].

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