700 E. Broadway
Monmouth, IL 61462
I am an assistant professor in the department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Monmouth College. I got my Ph.D. in Computer Science from Washington University in St. Louis under Kunal Agrawal and Angelina Lee and my B.S. in mathematics and computer science from Truman State University. My research involves both theoretical and systems aspects of parallel computing, including scheduling, runtime systems, and dynamic program analysis. I am also interested in theoretical computer science, computer science education, and data science.
|Apr 8, 2019||Attended the CCSC Central Plains conference with several students. One student (Abhi Jouhal) presented a research poster and he and four others participated in a programming competition.|
|Feb 18, 2019||Attended and presented “Efficient Race Detection with Futures” at PPoPP 2019.|
|Jan 4, 2019||New paper to appear at PPoPP 2019: “Efficient Race Detection with Futures.”|
|Aug 10, 2018||Attended the New Computer Science Faculty Teaching Workshop at UCSD in San Diego, CA. This workshop focused on educating new faculty to teach effectively and efficiently.|
|Jan 7, 2018||New paper published at SODA: “Race Detection and Reachability in Nearly Series-Parallel DAGs”.|