Distributed Mentor Project (DMP)
Welcome to the website about my Summer 2005 undergraduate research experience in Computer Science through the Distributed Mentor Project (DMP) at Texas A&M University.
I joined the Parasol Laboratory at Texas A&M University in the Summer of 2005 as a Distributed Mentor Project (DMP) participant under supervision of Dr. Lawrence Rauchwerger and Dr. Nancy Amato. I am working on the Standard Template Adaptive Parallel Library (STAPL) project. My graduate student mentors are Gabriel Tanace and Olga Tkachyshyn.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in the Department of Computer Science at the University of San Francisco (USF) in May of 2005.
My goals include enrolling in Graduate School in Computer Science.
My current research interests include scientific computing, parallel algorithms, libraries, and high-level abstractions for efficient parallel computations. I also feel compelled by questions in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and questions regarding technology and culture, human-computer interaction, and investigations on the topics of cognition, subjectivity and self.
Program & Research Information
- About the DMP Program
- About My Mentors
- Weekly Journal
- Research Plan
- Abstract ( pdf ps )
- Final Paper: Internal Technical Report ( pdf ps )
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