My current research is with the USDA.
Previously, my research was with the Carolina Envorinmental Bioinformatics Research Center (CEBRC).
The first two years at UNC-CH I worked on the Facetop Transparent Video Interface.
For the first year at UNC-CH my research assistantship was funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The NSF's Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professiorate (AGEP) program seeks to increase the number of underrepresented minorities receiving doctoral degrees in science, engineering, technology and mathematics. Here at Carolina AGEP falls under the Research Education Support (RES) Program.
My year-round 2012-2014 internship is with the Forest Service within the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) at the NCSU Centennial Campus in Raleigh, NC. I work with the Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center (EFETAC).
My summer 2010 internship was with Charles Schwab in Charlotte, NC.
My summer 2007, 2008 and 2009 internships were with Merck in West Point, PA. I worked with the Merck Research Labs.
My summer 2005 internship was with the Carolina Environmental Program. More specifically, I worked in the Center for Environmental Modeling for Policy Development. I wrote environmental software used by the EPA for emissions modeling and analysis.
For a quick research break I chat with my office mates. It's good to have someone to talk to when I need to decompress the brain from all the numbers and computer stuff swirling in my head.
- Fall 2004 - Spring 2005: Jeff Terrell from Arkansas/Texas. SN 345.
- Fall 2005: Qi Zhang from China. SN 345.
- Spring 2006: Jacob Hicks, a Clemson alum. SN 008.
- Summer 2006: Brad Moore, from The Ohio State. SN 008.
- Fall 2006 - Spring 2008: Andy Jones, an Indiana Hoosier. SN 137.
- Fall 2008: Solo office! SN 139.
- Spring 2009: Aman Nadhiri. SN 009.
- Fall 2009 - Summer 2010: Sasa Junuzovic, from Serbia and Canada. FB 142.
- Fall 2010 - Summer 2011: Jason Carter, from Lynchburg College. FB 142.
- Fall 2011 - Present: SN 111.