I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Puget Sound. Before joining the faculty at Puget Sound, I spent four wonderful years as an Assistant Professor in the School of Engineering and Computer Science at Washington State University, Vancouver. Prior to that appointment, I completed a PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from The Ohio State University as a member of the Systems Research Group. My dissertation was on the automatic generation and performance optimizations of scientific workflows over distributed computing environments. I am the recipient of the 2017 Research Achievement Award from the University of Puget Sound. My current teaching and research interests broadly include data-intensive computing, data management, and cloud computing.
Here's a link to my curriculum vitae.
- (8/2017) Annie Lamar's Becoming Augustine is now available online.
- (7/2017) Attended the CReST Faculty Workshop at Evergreen.
- (5/2017) Our paper on optimizing PLWAH has been accepted to IDEAS 2017.
- (5/2017) Alexia Ingerson and I will present a poster titled, Cache-Friendly Bitmap Compression over Symmetric Multiprocessors at ICAC'17.
- (4/2017) Congrats to Annie Lamar on receiving the Richard Bangs Collier Interdisciplinary Grant. With Prof. Katherine Smith, we will be collaborating on a digital humanities project on visualizing Augustine's work.
- (3/2017) I am serving on the PC for HiPC'17 and IDEAS'17 Please consider submitting a paper to these venues.
- (3/2017) I am a publicity chair for BDCAT'17. Please consider submitting a paper.