I received my BS in Software Engineering with a tentative minor in Physics in 2014 at KSU and I'll be working on my Masters in Computer Science for the next two years. My research interests involve Video Game Development and integrating computing into real-time physical systems. I'm also the founder of the K-State Game Development Club, where we get together a bunch of students to work together on a few game titles throughout the year with the goal of presenting them at the next open house.
I spend a lot of time either working on projects or being outdoors. Traveling is also a hobby of mine along with playing music and coding. I also have a cat, he is the spotlight of my apartment.
I'm a first year fellow and just received my B.S. in computer science this may (2014). I will be starting my masters studies this fall also in computer science. My current research interests involve cyber security, and mobile development.
I have a bachelor's degree in biochemistry. Currently I am studying dairy nutrition. In my free time, I enjoy fishing and reading, but, sadly, I have not mastered the art of pursuing both simultaneously.
Originally born in Texas, my family moved to Kansas while I was still young. I received my BS in Computer Science from Kansas State University in December 2013. Currently, I am working towards my MS in Computer Science. My primary research is High Performance Computing Clusters (HPCC). Dr. Daniel Andresen is my graduate studies advisor and mentor. I worked as an intern at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) during summer 2013. My mentor, Dean Risinger, introduced HPCC to me, and this led me to my current studies. In my free time I enjoy running, working on cars, and spending time outdoors. I have traveled all over the country, and I have gone on many adventures. My adventures include: skydiving, bungee jumping, spelunking, cliff jumping, and much more.