Academic Interests

I am studying math and computer science at University of Texas at Austin. I attended Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science at Univerisity of North Texas before UT. While at North Texas, I researched Computational Chemistry under Dr. Thomas Cundari. Currently, I am surveying Theoretical Computer Science literature with Dr. Greg Plaxton at UT for a possible research avenue. I am also studying compressed sensing with graduate student Soledad Villar as a part of UT's Math Distinguished Reading Program. In general, I'm interested in Algorithms, Computational Mathematics, Algebra, and Number Theory.

Non-Academic Interests

I enjoy playing N64, Ultimate Frisbee, Disc Golf, and Volleyball in my free time.
My primary N64 games are SSB and Pokemon Puzzle League. I enjoy watching TV shows
like Colbert Report, Wilfred, and South Park. I really enjoy this poster located in
the back of Mr. Garrison's classroom:

I also like watching movies and documentaries in my spare time. Movies convey stories,
emotion, and knowledge much more efficiently than books. If I'm going to read a book,
I'd rather it be on an academic topic that I'm interested in than fiction.

University of North Texas

Fall 2011:

- MATH 1710: Calculus I (Kiko)
- BIOL 1711: Principles of Biology I (Burleson)
- CHEM 1413: General Chemistry I (Schwartz)

Spring 2012:

- CSCE 1040: Computer Science II (Sweany)
- MATH 1720: Calculus II (Iaia)
- MATH 2700: Linear Algebra and Vector Geometry (Cherry)
- BIOL 1711: Principles of Biology II (Jagadeeswaran)
- CHEM 1413: General Chemistry II (Schwartz)

Fall 2012:

- CSCE 2100: Computing Foundation I (Reyes-Silveyra)
- MATH 2730: Multivariable Calculus (Backs)
- MATH 3410: Differential Equations I (Anghel)
- PHYS 1710: Mechanics (Weathers)

Spring 2013:

- CSCE 2110: Computing Foundation II (Schneider)
- MATH 3420: Differential Equations II (Dulock)
- PHYS 2220: Electricity and Magnetism (Weathers)

University of Texas at Austin

Fall 2013:

- CS 314H: Data Structures (Lin)
- CS 311H: Discrete Mathematics (Stone)
- M 361: Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable (Pavlovic)
- M 362K: Probability I (Maxwell)
- UGS 303: Originality in Arts and Sciences (Kopp)

Spring 2014:

- CS 429H: Computer Organization and Architecture (Witchel)
- M 341H: Matrices and Matrix Theory (Hadani)
- M 373K: Algebraic Structures I (Gordon)

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My name is Cody Freitag. I can be contacted at cody@RDFriday.com.