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Course Information. Course Info: CS7545, Fall 2019 Instructor: Jacob Abernethy Office: Coda S1221 Email: prof_at_gatech_dot_edu Office Hours: Wednesdays, 10-11am, in Coda S1221
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This course is cross-listed for Computer Science grad students as CS 7470 and undergrads as CS 4605, and for Industrial Design Dr. Gregory D. Abowd (abowd AT gatech.edu) Office: Tech Square Research Building, Third Floor, Room 329 or Health Systems Institute, 2nd Floor, Room 220H Office...
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I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science, advised by Scott Klemmer at UC San Diego Design Lab. My dissertation was awarded 2019 Jacobs School of Engineering Henry Booker Award for Exemplary Ethical Engineering. My dissertation research used the human microbiome as a petri-dish to create scalable techniques for integrating learning and working.
Georgia Tech - Research Network and Operations Center Aug 2017 - Dec 2017 Solely in charge of updating the designs and maintaining the CIC website (cic.gatech.edu) and RNOC website (rnoc.gatech.edu) Produced and published multiple poster, sticker, banner and other print designs to promote the CIC event and the RNOC lab Graduate Assistant
Before coming to Georgia Tech, I graduated from Emory University in 2019, with B.S. (summa cum laude) in Mathematics and Computer Science. I conducted research on regularization methods for X-ray tomography imaging advised by Prof. James G. Nagy and wrote my honors thesis on Edge Detection and Enriched Subspaces .