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Aaron Charous

Aaron joined MSEAS in the fall of 2019, starting his masters in Computation for Design and Optimization with plans to pursue a PhD in Computational Science and Engineering. Broadly, his interests span stochastic differential equations and signal processing. Before coming to MIT, Aaron graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Brown University, double concentrating in applied mathematics and engineering, where he researched terahertz optics phenomena. Outside of academia, he enjoys water skiing, hiking, and low-level soccer.