The following is a list of past Honor’s Theses, Research and Senior Projects and R.E. Lee Summer Grants on which I’ve worked with students.
- Andrew West
Bound Optimization for Parallel Quadratic Sieving using Large Prime Variations, May 2007. (Poster)
- Andrew White
Evaluating Parallel Techniques for Solving Sparse Linear Systems, May 2006.
- Peter Djalaliev
Evaluating Host-based Methods for Detecting Spoofed IP Packets, May 2005
- “Evaluating Host-based Methods for Detecting Spoofed IP Packets”, Proceedings of the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2005, Lexington VA.
- Thomas Royce
A Parallel Algorithm for Approximating the Optimal Alignment of Two Genome-Scale DNA Sequences, May 2002.
- “A Parallel Algorithm for DNA Alignment”, ACM Crossroads, Spring 2003, Issue 9.3
- Heather Mahaney
Position Aware Networking, May 2002.
- Ezra Morse
A New Real-Time Algorithm for Modeling Complex Surfaces Using Dynamic Meshing, May 2002.
R.E. Lee Grants
- Parallelizing A Computational Heart Model
with Andrew White (Summer 2006)
- A New Data Structure for Aligning Whole Genomes
with Thomas Royce (Summer 2001)
- Visualizing Color Quantization Algorithms
with Jonathan Stoner (Summer 2001)
- A VRML View of Washington and Lee
with Kevin Johnston (Fall 2001)
- Computer Games using DirectX
with Dan Comer (Fall 2001)
- MATLAB and Me: Modeling Geologic Transformations
with Jeffrey Paul (Winter 2001)
- Satellite Image Acquisition/Compilation for Use in the Study of Earth Sciences
with Jordan Morris (Fall 1999)
- GLModeler for Linux: A simple 3D modeling utility for OpenGL/GLUT
with Aaron Knoll (Winter 2001)
- Implementation of a Web Based Testing Application Using PHP
with Matthew Dugan (Winter 2001)
- TraffiCopter: Your Personal Traffic Guide
with Mills Palm and Matt OBrion (Winter 2001)
- An Electronic Journal using PHP
with Marlen Paschalidou (Winter 2001)
- Modeling using VRML
with Alison Simmons (Winter 2001)
- Implementation of an Alumni Database with a Web Based Interface
with Ryan Jancatis and Alex Gontcharov, with Professor Tom Whaley (Winter 2000)
- Development of a Netscape Plugin for the Presentation of PPM Images
with Robert Marmorstein (Winter 2000)
- Monitoring Environmental Data via the Web
with Thomas Weatherly (Winter 2000)