I am a research developer with interests in graph theory, game design, machine learning, database technology, and computer networking.
I work at Carnegie Mellon University with the OH!Lab in HCII. I am currently the lead developer for the PeerPresents web application.
My career at CMU began at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center where I supported high performance networking research projects for five years. I focused on Software Defined Networking and TCP/IP.
During my graduate and undergraduate studies I focused on high performance computing. With the support of grants my advisor obtained, I built several Beowulf clusters to provide Slippery Rock University with more distributed environments for curriculum use. I utilized those resources to develop reference implementations of common distributed algorithms using MPI and GPGPU programming techniques.
I use my personal website as a live resume.