Ian Bertolacci

& Undergraduate


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About Me

I am a recent (Spring 2016) CSU graduate with my degree in the Computer Science, Psychology, and Applied Computing Technology (Human Centered Computing concentration). Come August (2016) I will be attending University of Anirzona as a graduate student pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Science, researching programming languages, compilers, and high performace computing, and their applications in scientific research (such as computational pharmacology). My advisor will by Dr. Michelle Strout.

This past summer (May-August 2015) I worked at Cray with the Chapel team working on the Chapel programming language (Learn Chapel in Y minutes) interfacing the LAPACK library with Chapel. I'm have been employed by the CS department at CSU as a TA for CS 160 from the spring 2013 to spring 2014 semesters, and previously as a TA for CS 192 during the fall 2012 semester.


Research Interests

  • Languages
  • Compilers
  • Simulation
  • High Performance Computing
  • Representations of Computation
  • Computer Therory
  • Runtime Systems
  • Immersive Virtual Reality

Strange ideas, interesting papers, and new topics are all things I like to engage myself in and I always extend an open invitation to send me things that might peak my curiosity.

Tea Time Hours:

CSB 252

  • All day, e'rry day

Currently:

I do research jointly under Dr.Olschanowsky and Dr.Strout in the area of High Performance Computing

Contact me:


Publications

Papers

Talks

Posters


Programs

Cellular Automata Simulator:

Turing Machine Simulator: