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I am a senior software engineer at the Information Trust Institute in the Grainger College of Engineering at the University of Illinois. My primary work is on the Möbius project, although I also support the technical and research needs of the PERFORM research group.

This is my individual professional website and you will find information about my work as well as contact information. I will also, from time to time, post blog entries about various topics ranging from software development to system administration to mathematical modeling tools.

Recent Posts

Speaking at the CREDC Industry Workshop

Speaking at the CREDC Industry Workshop

I'll be giving a talk this week at the 2020 CREDC Industry Workshop on the power distribution model[...]
Attending QEST 2016

Attending QEST 2016

I'll be attending QEST 2016 in Montreal this year. My colleague Michael Rausch will give a talk [...]
Giving a talk about Reliability Block Diagrams at VALUETOOLS 2015

Giving a talk about Reliability Block Diagrams at VALUETOOLS 2015

I will be giving a talk for our accepted paper about the new dynamic reliability block diagram forma[...]
Guest lecturing Purdue's ECE 695/CS 590 – Fault-Tolerant Computer System Design

Guest lecturing Purdue's ECE 695/CS 590 – Fault-Tolerant Computer System Design

I will be guest lecturing ECE 695/CS 590 at Purdue University on Friday, November 20th, 2015. He[...]
Mobius Lecture for ECE 541

Mobius Lecture for ECE 541

I’ll be giving a Möbius Intro lecture for CS/ECE 541 on Friday, September 11th. Here is a set of use[...]