I’m Ranjan Anantharaman, a PhD student at MIT Mathematics, where I work at the Julia Lab. My current interests lie at the intersection of ecology and computational science, where I apply mathematical thinking to questions in conservation science. Previously, I worked at a startup called Julia Computing as an Applications Engineer, where I started contributing to the Julia Language and its ecosystem.

I graduated in 2015 from BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus with a Bachelors in Electronics and Communication, and prior to that, went to high school at PSBB KK Nagar.