Welcome to my website! I am a graduate student at Clemson University in the Mathematical Sciences Department.
I am currently a graduate student at Clemson University in the Mathematical Sciences Department.
My hobbies are board games, card games, tennis, cycling, and golf.Â Some board games I have been playing recently are Timeline, Above and Below, Lords of Waterdeep, Imhotep, and One Night Ultimate Werewolf.Â My favorite card games are Euchre and Bridge.Â I like watching Clemson football and basketball and going to baseball games.
My current research is in group testing by Bayesian statistical modeling with Dr. McMahan.Â Â The Aptima Combo 2 Assay tests for Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae.Â If patient samples are pooled together and subsequently the pool sample yields a negative test result, then you could say every individual has a negative test result.Â Pooling tests can save time and money in a clinical laboratory.
The goal of my research is to model a heterogeneous patient population, with imperfect testing in various testing formats.
My previous research with Dr. Rouse solved a conjecture byÂ Paul Bruckman and Peter Anderson on the prime divisibility of the Fibonacci entry point.
I have been teaching at Clemson University for the last 5 years as a Graduate Teacher of Record.
I have been a teaching assistant for Numerical Methods for Engineers (Math 3650), Introductory Business Statistics (Stat 3090), Theory of Probability (Math 4000), Algebra I (Math 4120), Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations (Math 2080), Statistical Methods I (Stat 2300), Statistical Methods I (Stat 8010/8011).
I have privately tutored Linear Algebra (Math 3110), Introductory Business Statistics (Stat 3090), Business Calculus I (Math 1020), Business Calculus II (Math 2070)
Contact me via email (pcubre) ** (at) ** (gmail.com).