Education

M.S., Computer Science

Bradley University, 2017


B.S., Computer Science

Bradley University, 2015


Languages

Programming

C, C++, C#, Java

Web

HTML5, CSS3, Javascript + jQuery, PHP

Scripting

Bash, Lua

Technologies

DBMSs

MySQL/MariaDB, SQLite

Platforms

Linux (Debian), Windows XP/7/8/10

Version Control

Git, TFVC

Software

Vim, GCC, Visual Studio

Experience

Pearl Insurance

2018-present

Software development. Data analysis. Application support.

Technologies: C#, SQL Server, HTML, JavaScript


Graduate Assistantship

2015-2017

Research contribution. Ciliates.org development and maintenance. Read More


Caterpillar

2014-2015

Developement of software used to analyze supply chain performance and to provide dashboard metrics. Development of software to improve design efficiency and streamline workflow.

Contribution: Web Application and Stand-alone Application Developer
Technologies: C++, C#, ASP.NET, Oracle


Undergraduate Research

2013-2015

During my undergraduate studies at Bradley University, I have participated in various research activities. All of this work has been performed under the guidance of C.S. faculty members. The area of research is Wireless Sensor Networks and this has led to a few publications.

Contribution: Theoretical Analysis, Simulation Validation, Simulation-based Research
Technologies: C++, C#


Robot Casserole

2009-2011

Robot Casserole is a Robotics team that participates in the FIRST Robotics Competition. During my time on the team, I worked with a team of three other students and a mentor. The website included various information about the team. We created custom components such as a calendar, Javascript sliders, and simple Content Management System (CMS) functions.

Contribution: Web Development and Administration
Technologies: HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, MySQL


Publications

Partial Sensing Coverage with Connectivity in Lattice Wireless Sensor Networks

2013

Investigation into the partial sensing coverage with connectivity problem in structured lattice wireless sensor networks WSNs through mathematically modelling, theoretical derivation, computer-based simulations, and performance evaluation.

Published: International Journal of Sensor Networks
Other Authors: Yun Wang, Yanping Zhang, Xiaolong Li
Technologies: C++


Partial Sensing Coverage in 3D Wireless Lattice Sensor Networks

2014

This publication covers research performed on the sensing properties of Wireless Sensor Networks in lattice configurations. My contribution primarily involved equation derivation and simulation-based validation of theoretical analysis.

Published: IEEE ICC 2014 Conference
Other Authors: Yun Wang, Zhifeng Xiao, Yanping Zhang
Technologies: C++


Impact of Intruder’s Intelligence on the Intrusion Detection Problem in Wireless Sensor Networks

2015

This publication covers research performed on intelligent intrusion on Wireless Sensor Networks.

Published: 2015 IEEE Global Communications Conference
Other Authors: Yun Wang, Sarah Fields, Colleen Heinemann, Zach Reiter
Technologies: C++, C#