David Neill Asanza is a 4th year undergraduate student majoring in math and computer science at Grinnell College. Throughout 2017, he helped develop the Higher Genus Curves with Automorphisms section of the LMFDB website for Dr. Jen Paulhus. In the summer of 2017, he worked under the direction of Dr. Jeffrey Blanchard to research efficient parallel algorithms for deterministic matrix multiplications used in compressed sensing. He participated in the 2018 Parallel Computing Summer Research Internship hosted by the Los Alamos National Laboratory, and worked on the “Challenges of Performance Portability for Fortran Unstructured Mesh Codes” project. He works as a calculus and computer science theory tutor, hoping to help his fellow students succeed at the subjects he is most passionate about. David is a voracious learner whose passions and hobbies revolve around discovery, creativity, and mathematics. He hopes to continue researching the intersection of math and computer science in a graduate degree program.