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Fernando, A. H.
Graduate Student


  • MSc. Imaging Science
    Rochester Institute of Technology
  • MSc. Applied and Computational Mathematics
    SUNY Buffalo State College, U.S.
  • MSc. Electrical Engineering | MSc. Mechanical Engineering
    Gannon University, U.S.
  • MSc. Engineering Management | MBA. Strategy and Leadership
    Gannon University, U.S.
  • BSc. Physics | BA. Individualized Studies (Mathematics and Computer Science)
    Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, U.S.


A. H. Fernando is a graduate research student in the Imaging Science program working with Prof. Richard O'Shaughnessy at the Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation (CCRG). Fernando's primary interests lie in theoretical and mathematical physics with secondary interests in astrophysical/exploratory space mission design, instrumentation, and data science. In his current work he collaborates with his research team to build novel mathematical and computational tools using first-principled and data-oriented approaches. Before coming to RIT, Fernando has worked in academia as well as in multiple industries for several years.

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