Aaron D. Fuegi

12 Shady Lane
Framingham, MA 01701
aarondf@bu.edu

OBJECTIVE

Well-rounded computer scientist seeks challenging WWW/programming/graphics position.

EDUCATION

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
Master of Science degree in Computer Science, December 1994.
Thesis: "A Tool for Visualization of Multi-Sensor Data for Automatic Target Recognition." This tool, RangeView, is a 3D Data Visualization tool utilizing Range, Color and Thermal Imagery. The tool was developed in C and utilizes X/Motif and the HP Starbase and Sun PEX graphic libraries. GPA 4.00.

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Science, December 1991
Minor in Comparative Literature
GPA in major: 3.60, overall GPA 3.14

RELEVANT COURSEWORK

Computer Graphics(6 graduate level courses in or directly related), Artificial Intelligence(3 courses), Data Communications, Analysis of Algorithms, Operating Systems, Parallel Programming, Programming Languages & Compilers.

COMPUTER SKILLS

Programming Languages: Perl, C, Java, Lisp, C++, Prolog, Pascal, SML, Basic.
Hardware: UNIX: IRIX, SunOS, HP-UX, AIX, Solaris, Windows, Macintosh, MS-DOS.
Software Experience: Emacs, Office, Photoshop, XV, Showcase, FrameMaker, etc..
WWW Experience: Perl, HTML, CGI, Java, C, Netscape, IE, XML, ASP.

WORK EXPERIENCE

Graphics Analyst/Consultant in the Scientific Computing and Visualization group at Boston University. Duties include primary responsibility for all of our documentation, which is now almost entirely web-based. Developed web-based accounting system and numerous CGI scripts. Extensive work with HTML, CGI, Perl and Java. Co-webmaster for our group's web materials. Assisted in managing a 20 workstation Computer Graphics Lab, production facilities and 8 student employees. Provide consulting help for students, faculty and staff on use of SCV hardware, software and production facilities. (April 1995 - Present)

Research Assistant for CSU artificial intelligence professor Dr. Adele Howe. Worked to refine and expand on techniques for Failure Recovery Analysis(FRA) in AI Planning systems. Primary duties included LISP programming of a large variety of experimental techniques and an analysis of the workings and results of several existing planners including the Phoenix system and TileWorld. (September 1993 - May 1994)

Teaching Assistant for CS 110 : Personal Computing taught by Dr. Sandy Schleiffers of the Computer Science Department at Colorado State University. Created keys for assignments, graded homework and tests, answered questions and reviewed course work with 130 students per semester. Assisted in the creation and administration of exams. (September 1992 - May 1993)

Assistant Researcher for Major Gifts Department at Yale University in New Haven, CT. (Summer 1989) Maintained and updated records on Yale alumni and affiliates.

PUBLICATIONS

Three-dimensional Visualization Environment for MultiSensor Data Analysis, Interpretation, and Model-based Object Recognition. Michael E. Goss and J. Ross Beveridge, Mark R. Stevens and Aaron Fuegi. SPIE: Visual Data Exploration and Analysis. February 8-10, 1995.(350K Compressed)

Visualization and Verification of Automatic Target Recognition Results Using Combined Range and Optical Imagery. Michael E. Goss and J. Ross Beveridge, Mark Stevens and Aaron Fuegi. ARPA Image Understanding Workshop Proceedings 1994. (343K Compressed)

Methods for Finding Influences on Program Failure. Adele E. Howe and Aaron Fuegi. Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence, November 1994. (52K Compressed)

REFERENCES

Available upon request.

INTERESTS

Computers, WWW, Games, Reading, Sports, Backpacking, Kayaking/Canoeing, Cooking/Baking.