Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Morehead State University, 2002
Bachelor of Science in Physics, Morehead State University, 2005
During my second run at MSU, I worked on the 21 meter radio
telescope operator and data analysis software for the Space Science Center.
In the summer of 2005 I accepted an REU appointment at the National
Astronomy Observatory where I worked on new pulsar seaching
algorithms using GBT data with Scott Ransom.
In September of 2005 I started work as a Software Engineer on the
ALMA Front End Test and Measurement System Software at North American ALMA Front End
Integration Center in Charlottesville, VA.
I transfered to the Software Development Division (Green Bank, WV) in October of 2006.
I'm currently working on the GBT Dynamic Scheduling System.
- Scientific and Distributed Computing
- Parallel programming
- Functional Programming in Haskell
- Object-oriented programming and design
- Web Application Development
- Computer Science
- Space Exploration
- Planetary Science
- Natural Sciences