MS in Computer Science - Texas State University.
BS in Computer Science - Texas State University.
Research Intern - AMD Research: I worked as a research intern at AMD under the guidance of Dr. Mauricio Breternitz developing a model to study the hardware requirements of an exascale supercomputer.
Graduate Research Assistant - Texas State University: I worked with Dr. Martin Burtscher in the Efficient Computing Laboratory as an Graduate Research Assistant.
Undergraduate Research Assistant - Texas State University: I worked with Dr. Martin Burtscher in the Efficient Computing Laboratory as an Undergraduate Research Assistant.
REUIR - Texas State University: I was a researcher working in the Research Experience for Undergraduate - Information Retrieval program at Texas State Univeristy. My partner and I studied clustering for Automated Deep Web Querying.
Intelligence Analyst - United States Army: While my work in the Army is not directly related to Computer Science, I believe that the lessons I learned have broad applications to all aspects of life and work.
As an Intelligence Analyst I was, amongst other things, responsible for briefing ground force commanders daily with the most recent and accurate enemy situation possible and mentoring junior intelligence analysts in the production of timely, accurate intelligence products delivered to senior level decisions makers while deployed in austere and challenging environments.