Temple University Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering September 2012 - 2016
- Graduated Magma Cumlaude
- Dean’s List
- Eta Kappa Nu - IEEE’s Honor Society
- Engineering Principles of Computer Intrusion and Detection
- Digital Communications
- Digital Signal Processing
- Control Systems
- Digital Circuit Design
- Electrical Engineering Science (Circuit Analysis)
- Mechanical Systems
- Classical Physics 2
- Stochastic Processes
Susquehanna International Group, LLP LINUX PLATFORM DEVELOPER May 2016 - Present
- Automated the workflow of using SAN snapshots to duplicate and backup Oracle databases. Orchestrated by using custom Ansible modules and the VMware Python API.
- Designed and developed a NFS/CIFS Filer Auditing System using inline network replication feeding into a Bro IDS (Network Security Monitoring Software).
- Contributed to the development of low latency network benchmarks using Remote Direct Memory Access.
- Benchmarked experimental computer hardware including new CPUs architectures, L1/L2 replication devices/switches, and various storage solutions.
- Provided tier 3 support for operations concerning Linux Systems.
Neural Engineering Data Consortium SYS ADMIN - DATA SCIENTIST - BUDGET COORDINATOR August 2014 - Present
Summer 2015 I was brought to head the development of the NEDC computer cluster. This $30k HPC purchase was configured to best suit our research group’s batch processing needs. To go along with the computer cluster we also brought online a locally hosted web/gitlab server to host the research group’s source code/project accomplishments.
Using records pulled from Temple University Hospital’s (TUH) database we put together the largest data corpus of clinical EEGs. The data is to be used to train machine learning software that is used in normal/abnormal EEG classification, and epilepsy detection. All our work is publicly distributed online for other neural engineering researchers to use.
Concurrently I managed the half million in NEDC research funds looking to maximize available expenditure. I worked alongside Temple Engineering’s business manager in keeping track of four different funds contributing to our research.
Analytical Graphics DATABASE DEVELOPMENT INTERN May 2010 - August 2012
In the summer of 2010, I obtained a position to help develop the standard object catalog (database) for use with Systems Tool Kit (STK). I wrote scripts to scrape online and internal databases that formed the basis for the SOC.
During this time STK 10 was being developed and I was one of the first to step through the complete tutorial ensuring its content was comprehensive. As a side project, I worked with other employees in the company to create promotional videography for the new release.
By summer 2012, I also had the chance to assist the IT department routine computer maintenance. The position focused on the building and imaging of new computers.