Theo Diamandis


I'm an EECS PhD student at MIT, where I work in the Julia Lab on algorithms for and applications of large-scale optimization. I'm especially excited about building tools to help researchers easily formulate and solve optimization problems. Check out my Github for stuff I'm currently working on.

I completed my B.S. and M.S. in electrical engineering at Stanford, where I worked on information theoretic estimators and optimization-based decoders in the Wireless Systems Lab and on signal processing algorithms for radar systems in the Stanford Radio Glaciology Group.

I am grateful to be supported by an NDSEG Fellowship and a Jacobs Family Presidential Fellowship.


I'm most responsive via email ( or on the Julia Language slack.