Matthew C. Hancock
Email:  not.matt.hancock@gmail.com 
Website:  https://notmatthancock.github.io 
Education
 (Fall 2012 – present)
 Ph.D. Candidate in Applied and Computational Mathematics, Florida State University (Tallahasse, FL)
 Focus: Machine learning and imageprocessing methods for lung image processing and analysis

Relevant coursework:
 Numerical Methods (interpolation, integration, ODEs/PDEs, linear algebra, and optimization)
 Machine Learning
 Probability theory and Statistical Inference
 (Spring 2012)
 B.S. in Applied Mathematics with Computer Science focus, Ferris State University (Big Rapids, MI)
Work Experience
 (Fall 2012 – present)
 Teaching Assistant at Florida State University (Tallahassee, FL)

Responsibilities / Accomplishments:
 Instructor, Multivariable Calculus (Summer 2017)
 Distinguished Teaching Assistant Award (2017)
 Assistant, Foundations of Computational Math (graduate level course) (Fall 2016, Spring 2017).
 Instructor, C++ computing seminar (Fall 2016).
 Instructor, Singlevariable Calculus (Spring 2016, Summer 2016).
 Instructor, Precalculus (Fall 2014, Spring 2015).
 Recitation instructor, Discrete Mathematics (Fall 2015).
 Assistant, various math courses (College algebra, Liberal Arts math, Trigonometry, Business calculus).
 (Fall 2011 – Fall 2012)
 Web developer at Occupational Research and Assessment (Big Rapids, MI)

Responsibilities / Accomplishments:
 Acquired basic web development skills.
 Created and designed web systems for a number of thirdparty organizations using Ruby.
 (Fall 2009 – Fall 2011)
 Programming Tutor at Ferris State University (Big Rapids, MI)

Responsibilities / Accomplishments:
 Tutor for undergraduate introductory programming course taught with Python programming language.
 (Spring 2010 – Fall 2010)
 Calculus Tutor at Ferris State University (Big Rapids, MI)

Responsibilities / Accomplishments:
 Tutor for undergraduate calculus courses (mostly singlevariable calculus material).
Computer skills
 Python (NumPy, SciPy, Scikit Learn, Scikit Image, Theano, Cython)
 C++
 Fortran
 LaTeX
 Web (HTML, CSS, JavaScript; lesser: Ruby, PHP)
 SQLite, MySQL