Austin Gibbons

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Austin is a Master's Candidate in Computer Science studying fundamental constructs of parallelism and is beginning investigation into modern distributed technologies. His current research interest are in data extraction from heterogenous networks, and characterizing methods of learning and development in novice programmers. Additionally, he is a Course Assistant for CS106A "Programming Methodology", the introductory computer science course at Stanford. Austin graduated with a Bachelor's of Engineering in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Aug. 2008 - May 2011). His specialization were Systems, Security, and Databases, and his research interests were on ranking algorithms in the absence of training data, and parallel programming methodologies. Austin collaborated with members of the DAIS and IACOMA groups at UIUC, as well as being sponsored by the 2010 NSF REU "Passionate on Parallel" Austin additionally spent the Summer of 2011 working on the UHPC project at Extreme Technologies Research Lab within the Intel Labs.

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