Wow, 2015 was a busy year! Due to a lot of time commitments and several big projects I wasn’t able to update as often as I wanted to. Luckily, I’m back in Rochester after a wonderful Christmas and New Years break so I figured I’d catch y’all up!
First off, I’m working on updating all of my pages, on this page and abroad. It’s been a while on some of them, and a lot of information needs to be updated. I’ll post notifications as they get updated but for starters I’ve updated my About Me page. This is a great look at what I’m currently working on as well as some of my upcoming projects.
The last several months have been filled with productivity for my thesis project. As well as making lots of imaging headway, I’ve been able to bring up several websites that point to the project. Each of these updates dynamically as the project is updated, thanks to the merits of rsync and GitHub Pages. The main page for the project can be found here, in the form of a wiki: Senior Thesis Wiki. Also, thanks to GitHub hosting, pages with information about the Cerberus cluster (the computational engine I designed to run my thesis software) have been posted that update as well: Cerberus Cluster Page. All of these pages have been written with simplicity in mind to make it easy to understand regardless of the computational awareness of the reader. I named the project Cerberus because it focuses on the collaboration of multiple ‘heads’ or computational assets to accomplish a singular goal.
That’s all I have for now, but check back soon! I’ve been crunching all of the data that I worked with in 2014 and I’m preparing a pretty cool stats page in order to make that data come alive through infographics. Thanks for reading!