About Me ...
My name is Francesca Denice Reale. I earned a masters degree in Applied Mathematics at North Carolina State University. There I worked with Dr. Ralph C. Smith on statistical emulator construction to improve model efficiency. At Carnegie Mellon University, I graduated with a bachelors in computational and applied mathematics with a double major in statistics. There I worked on a biological PDE model with Dr. John Tolle.
I participated in summer programs at Sandia National Labs, JHU Applied Physics Lab, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Carnegie Mellon University, and Key Bank.
Though cats and birds do not make the best union, I collect cat paraphernalia and decorative birdhouses. I enjoy playing Scrabble, star gazing, hiking, fishing, TV, sports, crafts, and reading. Please take a look at some photos of my dollhouse.
If you are looking for the AMGSS Fall 2009 schedule, you may find it here.
Please enjoy the pictures, links, and reading material on my site!
Last Updated: December 17, 2009 12:42 PM