As a computer scientist and a student I have had the opportunity to work in
many different places both in an academic and industrial capacity. Here is
a list of some of the places I have been fortunate enough to spend my summers.
- GrammaTech, Inc. (Summer 2001,
GrammaTech is an Ithaca company so I was able to split time between work
and school.. With a much less formal environment than what I had been
exposed to at other places this was a fun place to work. During this
summer I worked on projects in the intersection of GrammaTech's interests
and my doctoral work in software model checking.
- Intel Corporation (Summer 2000)
I spent this summer at their Santa Clara facility working with their
Interprocedural Analysis Team as part of the IA-64 Compiler Group. It
was at Intel that I first got the idea of making a career out of finding
ways to make large bodies of code accessible to programmers.
- Bettis Laboratory (Summer
This was one of the best summers I ever spent away from school.
Bettis (Pittsburgh) is a great place to work and the people are really
top-shelf. I spent my time writing code on a project related to the Seawolf
Reasearch Experience for Undergraduates (Summer 1996)
This was my first "full" summer away from home. A nine
week program in which I worked on problems in robotics and computer vision
-- this was my first taste of what graduate school would be like.
- IAS/Park City Mathematics
Institute (Summer 1995)
This was a three week program centered around the mathematics of
non-linear wave phenomenon. Set in the mountains of Utah, this was my
first academic experience away from school.
For a complete listing of my employment experience and job qualifications
have a look at my resume.
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