I am now an Assistant Professor of Physics at the W. M. Keck Science Department at the Claremont colleges. If you want to work with me, especially if you're a Claremont student, let me know! And if you are just generally looking for research opportunities and are a Keck student, check out this website helpfully moderated by Aaron Leconte.
My research lab had two arms: using machine learning to better understand biological data, and interpreting biological organisms as machine learners. We now have a third: modeling cognitive and social science data to understand which interventions are likely to produce societally positive results.
For past publications, check out my Google Scholar profile! The SIAM chapter on image compression, which turned into a stealth startup that I am proud to be an advisor for (Awecom, Inc.), is here. An up-to-date CV is available here. And if you want code related to any of my publications, please email me. I'm happy to share what I have.
I'm now on Twitter: @smarzen.
Recently, I was profiled in Physics Magazine for upcoming work on opinion dynamics.