You've reached the home page of Adrian Sanborn. I am a first-year masters student at New England Conservatory studying flute performance with Paula Robison. I am also a Fellow in Applied Mathematics at Harvard working with Erez Lieberman Aiden. I graduated from Harvard College in 2011 where I majored in mathematics and minored in computer science.
(Sep 5, 2012) Starting my masters degree at New England Conservatory!
(Mar 1, 2012) Presented my research at the American Physics Society March Meeting in Boston, MA.
(Sep 1, 2011) Off to Hong Kong and then Beijing to begin my year of travel!
(May 14, 2011) My visualization of the MBTA bus system has been posted on the CS171 class website -- check it out! It plots bus arrival times using the new real-time bus GPS feed, showing how space-out buses bunch together over the course of their trip, leading to significantly increased wait times for passengers. Sadly, the actual bus journeys are nothing close to the scheduled bus journeys.
(May 9, 2011) I was awarded the Hoopes for outstanding scholarly work in a senior thesis.
(May 5, 2011) I was awarded the Rogers Prize by the Harvard Mathematics department for the best math talk by an undergraduate student.
(Apr 07, 2011) I received the Sheldon Prize Fellowship for a year of purposeful travel, providing $20,000 to explore China and learn about qi through Taiji and Qigong!
(Mar 21, 2011) I turned in my senior thesis! Read more about it on the projects page. Time to bum around until I graduate.