After my wonderful years at Penn, I am finishing my PhD in June 2015, and joining EXL afterwards.
This page, therefore, will no longer be maintained.
Please visit my new personal webpage at
Note: This page includes resources that I have
found useful for various academic purposes. Unless
stated otherwise, I am not
the developer of them. Also no claim or guarantee
is intended over them.
A short math guide for Latex
This document from the American Mathematical Society
gives a set of most useful Latex commands
for typesetting math.
Rules for typesetting math equations beautifully
A set of rules and recommendations along with
corresponding Latex commands.
How to set up latex inverse-search
This simple step by step guide shows how to set up the useful inverse-search
feature between Okular pdf viewer and Kile tex editor. After setting it up,
you can simply shift+click anywhere in the pdf file and get to the corresponding
line in the tex document.
Display the computation progress of a C++ program
Here I demonstrate a simple and useful example for printing
a progress meter that displays the computation progress
of a C++ program in command-line. This is specially of value for
time-consuming simulations in which a certain task is performed
inside a loop.