Curriculum Vitae
Jonathan Aldrich

Contact Information

Jonathan Aldrich
Institute for Software Research
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3891

email: jonathan.aldrich@cs.cmu.edu
web: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~aldrich/
phone: +1-412-268-7278
fax: +1-412-268-2338
office: 4128 Wean Hall

Executive assistant:

Victoria Poprocky
+1-412-268-3063
poprocky at cs dot cmu dot edu

Research Goals and Approach

My central research goal is to improve software engineering through the application of programming language technologies, including language design, type systems, program analysis, and verification. I evaluate the systems that I build though case studies on open source and industrial software at scale.

Education

Ph.D., Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington, August 2003.

Advisors: Craig Chambers and David Notkin
Thesis: Using Types to Enforce Architectural Design

M.S., Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington, June 1999.

B.S., Engineering and Applied Science (Computer Science), California Institute of Technology, June 1997.

Employment

2009-presentAssociate Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
2003-2009Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
1997-2003Graduate Student and Research Assistant, University of Washington
Summer 1997Research Assistant, California Institute of Technology
Summers 1993-1996Summer Intern, Sequent Computer Systems, Inc.

Selected Honors

Publications

Book Chapters

  1. Checking Concurrent Typestate with Access Permissions in Plural: A Retrospective. Kevin Bierhoff, Nels E. Beckman and Jonathan Aldrich. In Peri L. Tarr and Alexander L. Wolf, editors, Engineering of Software: The Continuing Contributions of Leon J. Osterweil, pages 35-48. Springer, 2011.
  2. Practical Exception Specifications. Donna Malayeri and Jonathan Aldrich. In Christophe Dony, Jørgen Lindskov Knudsen, Alexander B. Romanovsky, and Anand Tripathi, editors, Advanced Topics in Exception Handling Techniques, volume 4119 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 200-220. Springer, 2006.

Refereed Journal Publications

  1. Foundations of Typestate-Oriented Programming. Ronald Garcia, Éric Tanter, Roger Wolff, and Jonathan Aldrich. To appear in Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems, 2014.
  2. AEminium: A Permission Based Concurrent-by-Default Programming Language Approach. Sven Stork, Karl Naden, Joshua Sunshine, Manuel Mohr, Alcides Fonseca, Paulo Marques, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems, 2014.
  3. A Case Study on the Lightweight Verification of a Multi-Task Threaded Task Server. Nestor Catano, Ijaz Ahmed, Radu Siminiceanu, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Science of Computer Programming, 2013.
  4. Differencing and Merging of Architectural Views. Marwan Abi-Antoun, Jonathan Aldrich, Nagi Nahas, Bradley Schmerl, and David Garlan. In Automated Software Engineering Journal, 15(1):35-74, 2008.
  5. A Case Study in Re-engineering to Enforce Architectural Control Flow and Data Sharing. Marwan Abi-Antoun, Jonathan Aldrich, and Wesley Coelho. In Journal of Systems and Software, 80(2):240-264, February 2007.
  6. Discovering Architectures from Running Systems. Bradley Schmerl, Jonathan Aldrich, David Garlan, Rick Kazman, and Hong Yan. In IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 32(7):454-466, July 2006.
  7. Comprehensive Synchronization Elimination for Java. Jonathan Aldrich, Emin Gun Sirer, Craig Chambers, and Susan Eggers. Science of Computer Programming, 47(2-3):91-120, May-June 2003.

Refereed Conference Publications

  1. Collaborative Infrastructure for Test-Driven Scientific Model Validation. Cyrus Omar, Jonathan Aldrich, and Richard Gerkin. Proc. International Conference on Software Engineering, New Ideas and Results track (ICSE NIER), 2014.
  2. Structuring Documentation to Support State Search: A Laboratory Experiment about Protocol Programming. Joshua Sunshine, James Herbsleb, and Jonathan Aldrich. Proc. European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, 2014.
  3. Rely-Guarantee Protocols. Filipe Militão, Jonathan Aldrich, and Luís Caires. Proc. European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, 2014.
  4. Safely Composable Type-Specific Languages. Cyrus Omar, Darya Kurilova, Ligia Nistor, Benjamin Chung, Alex Potanin, and Jonathan Aldrich. Proc. European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, 2014.
  5. In-Nimbo Sandboxing. Michael Maass, Jonathan Aldrich, and William Scherlis. Proc. Science of Security (HotSOS), 2014.
  6. Object Propositions. Ligia Nistor, Jonathan Aldrich, Stephanie Balzer and Hannes Mehnert. In Formal Methods, 2014.
  7. The Power of Interoperability: Why Objects Are Inevitable. Jonathan Aldrich. In Onward! Essays, 2013.
  8. Introducing Tool-Supported Architecture Review into Software Design Education. Yuanfang Cai, Rick Kazman, Ciera Jaspan, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T), 2013.
  9. Statically Checking API Protocol Conformance with Mined Multi-Object Specifications. Michael Pradel, Ciera Jaspan, Jonathan Aldrich, and Thomas Gross. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE '12), 2012.
  10. Verification of Snapshotable Trees using Access Permissions and Typestate. Hannes Mehnert and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of TOOLS, 2012.
  11. A Type System for Borrowing Permissions. Karl Naden, Robert Bocchino, Kevin Bierhoff, Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of Principles of Programming Languages (POPL '12), 2012.
  12. First-Class State Change in Plaid. Joshua Sunshine, Karl Naden, Sven Stork, Jonathan Aldrich, and Éric Tanter. In Proceedings of Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA '11), 2011.
  13. Gradual Typestate. Roger Wolff, Ronald Garcia, Éric Tanter, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP '11), 2011.
  14. An Empirical Study of Object Protocols in the Wild. Nels E. Beckman, Duri Kim, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP '11), 2011.
  15. Permission-Based Programming Languages (NIER Track). Jonathan Aldrich, Ronald Garcia, Mark Hahnenberg, Manuel Mohr, Karl Naden, Darpan Saini, Sven Stork, Joshua Sunshine, Éric Tanter, and Roger Wolff. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE '11), New Ideas and Emerging Results Track, 2011.
  16. Static Extraction and Conformance Analysis of Hierarchical Runtime Architectural Structure using Annotations. Marwan Abi-Antoun and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA '09), 2009.
  17. CZ: Multiple Inheritance without Diamonds. Donna Malayeri and Jonathan Aldrich. To appear in Proceedings of the Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA '09), 2009.
  18. Typestate-Oriented Programming. Jonathan Aldrich, Joshua Sunshine, Darpan Saini, and Zachary Sparks. In Proceedings of Onward!, 2009.
  19. Concurrency by Default: Using Permissions to Express Dataflow in Stateful Programs. Sven Stork, Paulo Marques, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of Onward!, 2009.
  20. Checking Framework Interactions with Relationships. Ciera Jaspan and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Object Oriented Programming (ECOOP ’09), July 2009.
  21. Practical API Protocol Checking with Access Permissions. Kevin Bierhoff, Nels E. Beckman, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Object Oriented Programming (ECOOP ’09), July 2009.
  22. Is Structural Subtyping Useful? An Empirical Study. Donna Malayeri and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the European Symposium on Programming (ESOP '09), March 2009.
  23. Verifying Correct Usage of Atomic Blocks and Typestate. Nels Beckman, Kevin Bierhoff, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA '08), Nashville, TN, USA, October 2008.
  24. Error Reporting Logic. Ciera Jaspan, Trisha Quan, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE '08), September 2008.
  25. Integrating Nominal and Structural Subtyping. Donna Malayeri and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP ’08), July 2008.
  26. Using Types to Enforce Architectural Structure. Jonathan Aldrich. In Working International Conference on Software Architecture (WICSA ’08), February 2008.
  27. Modular Typestate Checking of Aliased Objects. Kevin Bierhoff and Jonathan Aldrich. In Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA ’07), October 2007.
  28. Checking Semantic Usage of Frameworks. Ciera Jaspan and Jonathan Aldrich. In Library Centric Software Design Symposium, 2007.
  29. Differencing and Merging of Architectural Views. Marwan Abi-Antoun, Jonathan Aldrich, Nagi Nahas, Bradley Schmerl, and David Garlan. In Proceedings of the International conference on Automated Software Engineering, September 2006.
  30. Lightweight Object Specification with Typestates. Kevin Bierhoff and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE ’05), September 2005.
  31. Permission-Based Ownership: Encapsulating State in Higher-Order Typed Languages. Neel Krishnaswami and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of Programming Language Design and Implementation (PLDI ’05), June 2005.
  32. Open Modules: Modular Reasoning about Advice. Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP ’05), July 2005.
  33. Prototypes with Multiple Dispatch: An Expressive and Dynamic Object Model. Lee Salzman and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP ’05), July 2005.
  34. Ownership Domains: Separating Aliasing Policy from Mechanism. Jonathan Aldrich and Craig Chambers. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP ’04), June 2004.
  35. DiscoTect: A System for Discovering Architectures from Running Systems. Hong Yan, David Garlan, Bradley Schmerl, Jonathan Aldrich, and Rick Kazman. In Proceedings of International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE ’04), May 2004.
  36. Language Support for Connector Abstractions. Jonathan Aldrich, Vibha Sazawal, Craig Chambers, and David Notkin. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP ’03), July 2003.
  37. Alias Annotations for Program Understanding. Jonathan Aldrich, Valentin Kostadinov, and Craig Chambers. In Proceedings of Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA ’02), November 2002.
  38. Architectural Reasoning in ArchJava. Jonathan Aldrich, Craig Chambers, and David Notkin. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP ’02), June 2002.
  39. ArchJava: Connecting Software Architecture to Implementation. Jonathan Aldrich, Craig Chambers, and David Notkin. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE ’02), May 2002.
  40. Static Analyses for Eliminating Unnecessary Synchronization from Java Programs. Jonathan Aldrich, Craig Chambers, Emin Gun Sirer, and Susan Eggers. In Proceedings of the Sixth International Static Analysis Symposium (SAS ’99), September 1999.

Workshop Papers, Demonstrations, and Technical Reports

  1. Using Machine Learning in the Automatic Translation of Object Propositions. Ligia Nistor and Jonathan Aldrich. Proc. AI4FM, 2014.
  2. Substructural Typestates. Filipe Militão, Jonathan Aldrich, and Luís Caires. In Programming Languages meets Program Verification, 2014.
  3. Wyvern: A Simple, Typed, and Pure Object-Oriented Language. Ligia Nistor, Darya Kurilova, Stephanie Balzer, Benjamin Chung, Alex Potanin, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Mechanisms for Specialization, Generalization, and Inheritance (MASPEGHI), 2013.
  4. Type-Directed, Whitespace-Delimited Parsing for Embedded DSLs. Cyrus Omar, Benjamin Chung, Darya Kurilova, Alex Potanin, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Globalization of Domain Specific Languages (GlobalDSL), 2013.
  5. High-Level Abstractions for Safe Parallelism. Robert L. Bocchino, Hannes Mehnert, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Workshop on Determinism and Correctness in Parallel Programming, 2013.
  6. Are Object Protocols Burdensome? Ciera Jaspan and Jonathan Aldrich. In Evaluation and Usability of Programming Languages and Tools Workshop (PLATEAU), 2011.
  7. Verifying Object-Oriented Code Using Object Propositions. Ligia Nistor and Jonathan Aldrich. In International Workshop on Aliasing, Confinement and Ownership in object-oriented programming (IWACO), 2011.
  8. Featherweight Typestate. Ronald Garcia, Roger Wolff, Éric Tanter, and Jonathan Aldrich. Technical Report CMU-ISR-10-110, July 2010.
  9. Gradual Featherweight Typestate. Roger Wolff, Ronald Garcia, Éric Tanter, and Jonathan Aldrich. Technical Report CMU-ISR-10-116R, July 2010 (revised December 2010).
  10. Aliasing Control with View-Based Typestate. Filipe Militão, Jonathan Aldrich, and Luís Caires. In Proceedings of Formal Techniques for Java Like Programs (FTfJP), 2010.
  11. A Theory of Typestate-Oriented Programming. Darpan Saini, Joshua Sunshine, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of Formal Techniques for Java Like Programs (FTfJP), 2010.
  12. DynXML: Safely Programming the Dynamic Web. Joshua Sunshine and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of Analysis and Programming Languages for Web Applications and Cloud Applications (APLWACA), 2010.
  13. Modular Composition and State Update in Plaid. Jonathan Aldrich, Karl Naden, and Éric Tanter. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Mechanisms for Specialization, Generalization, and Inheritance (MASPEGHI), 2010.
  14. Resource-Based Programming in Plaid. Jonathan Aldrich. Unpublished manuscript presented at the Fun and Innovative Thoughts (FIT) session at PLDI, 2010.
  15. A Language-based Approach to Specification and Enforcement of Architectural Protocols. Kevin Bierhoff, Darpan Saini, Matthew Kehrt, Majid Al-Meshari, Sangjin Han, and Jonathan Aldrich. Technical Report CMU-ISR-10-110, March 2010.
  16. Verifying Event-Driven Programs using Ramified Frame Properties. Neelakantan R. Krishnaswami, Jonathan Aldrich, and Lars Birkedal. In Proceedings of Types in Language Design and Implementation (TLDI), 2010.
  17. Typestate Protocol Specification in JML. Taekgoo Kim, Kevin Bierhoff, Jonathan Aldrich, and Sungwon Kang. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Specification and Verification of Component-Based Systems (SAVCBS '09), August 2009.
  18. Reducing STM Overhead with Access Permissions. Nels E. Beckman, Yoon Phil Kim, Sven Stork, and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Aliasing, Confinement and Ownership 2009 (IWACO '09), July 2009.
  19. Static Extraction of Sound Hierarchical Runtime Object Graphs. Marwan Abi-Antoun and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of Types in Language Design and Implementation, January 2009.
  20. Design Patterns in Separation Logic. Neelakantan R. Krishnaswami, Jonathan Aldrich, Lars Birkedal, Kasper Svendsen, and Alexandre Buisse. In Proceedings of Types in Language Design and Implementation, January 2009.
  21. A Field Study in Static Extraction of Runtime Architectures. Marwan Abi-Antoun and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Program Analysis for Software Tools and Engineering (PASTE'08), November 2008.
  22. Permissions to Specify the Composite Design Pattern. Kevin Bierhoff and Jonathan Aldrich. In proceedings of the FSE 2008 Workshop on Specification and Verification of Component-Based Systems (SAVCBS '08), November 2008.
  23. Verifying Correct Usage of Atomic Blocks and Typestate: Technical Companion. Nels Beckman and Jonathan Aldrich. Carnegie Mellon University Technical Report CMU-ISR-08-126, 2008.
  24. SASyLF: An Educational Proof Assistant for Language Theory. Jonathan Aldrich, Robert J. Simmons, and Key Shin. In Proceedings of Functional and Declarative Programming in Education (FDPE '08), 2008.
  25. A Theory of Linear Objects. Matthew Kehrt and Jonathan Aldrich. In 2008 International Workshop on Foundations of Object-Oriented Languages (FOOL '08), San Francisco, California, January 2008.
  26. Checking and Measuring the Architectural Structural Conformance of Object-Oriented Systems. Marwan Abi-Antoun and Jonathan Aldrich. Carnegie Mellon University Technical Report CMU-ISRI-07-119, December 2007.
  27. Modular Verification of the Subject-Observer Pattern via Higher-Order Separation Logic. Neelakantan R. Krishnaswami, Lars Birkedal, and Jonathan Aldrich. In ECOOP 2007 Workshop on Formal Techniques for Java Like Programs, July 2007.
  28. Ownership Domains in the Real World. Marwan Abi-Antoun and Jonathan Aldrich. In International Workshop on Aliasing, Confinement and Ownership in object-oriented programming (IWACO), in conjunction with the European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP), 2007.
  29. Compile-Time Views of Execution Structure Based on Ownership. Marwan Abi-Antoun and Jonathan Aldrich. In International Workshop on Aliasing, Confinement and Ownership in object-oriented programming (IWACO), in conjunction with the European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP), 2007.
  30. Eclipse Plug-ins for Statically Checking and Visualizing Ownership Domain Annotations. Marwan Abi-Antoun and Jonathan Aldrich. Research Demonstration, European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP), 2007.
  31. A Programming Model for Failure-Prone, Collaborative Robots. Nels Beckman and Jonathan Aldrich. In the 2nd International Workshop on Software Development and Integration in Robotics (SDIR), Rome, Italy, April 2007.
  32. Combining Structural Subtyping and External Dispatch. Donna Malayeri and Jonathan Aldrich. In 2007 International Workshop on Foundations and Development of Object-Oriented Languages (FOOL/WOOD'07), Nice, France, January 2007.
  33. JavaD: Bringing Ownership Domains to Mainstream Java. Marwan Abi-Antoun and Jonathan Aldrich. Carnegie Mellon University Technical Report CMU-ISRI-06-110, May 2006.
  34. A Language-based Approach to Specification and Enforcement of Architectural Protocols. Kevin Bierhoff, Jonathan Aldrich, and Sangjin Han. Technical Report CMU-ISRI-06-121, April 2006.
  35. Ego: Controlling the Power of Simplicity. Andi Bejleri, Jonathan Aldrich, and Kevin Bierhoff. In proceedings of the POPL ’06 Workshop on Foundations of Object-Oriented Languages (FOOL ’06), January 2006.
  36. Improving System Dependability by Enforcing Architectural Intent. Marwan Abi-Antoun, Jonathan Aldrich, David Garlan, Bradley Schmerl, Nagi Nahas, and Tony Tseng. In proceedings of the ICSE 2005 Workshop on Architecting Dependable Systems (WADS ’05), May 2005.
  37. Modeling and Implementing Software Architecture with Acme and ArchJava. Marwan Abi-Antoun, Jonathan Aldrich, David Garlan, Bradley Schmerl, Nagi Nahas, and Tony Tseng. Demonstration, in proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE ’05), May 2005.
  38. Selective Open Recursion: Modular Reasoning about Components and Inheritance. Jonathan Aldrich and Kevin Donnelly. In proceedings of the FSE 2004 Workshop on Specification and Verification of Component-Based Systems (SAVCBS ’04), November 2004.
  39. Open Modules: Reconciling Extensibility and Modularity. Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Software Engineering Properties of Languages for Aspect Technologies (SPLAT ’04), March 2004.
  40. Statically-Scoped Exceptions: a Typed Foundation for Aspect-Oriented Error Handling. Neel Krishnaswami and Jonathan Aldrich. Carnegie Mellon Technical Report CMU-ISRI-05-102, published on web January 2004, TR version January 2005.
  41. Architecture-Centric Programming for Adaptive Systems. Jonathan Aldrich, Vibha Sazawal, Craig Chambers, and David Notkin. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Self-Healing Systems (WOSS ’02), November 2002.
  42. Architecture-Centric Programming for Context-Aware Configuration. Vibha Sazawal and Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the OOPSLA ’02 Workshop on Engineering Context-Aware Object-Oriented Systems and Environments (ECOOSE ’02), November 2002.
  43. Challenge Problems for Separation of Concerns. Jonathan Aldrich. In Proceedings of the OOPSLA 2000 Workshop on Advanced Separation of Concerns, October 2000.
  44. Evaluating Module Systems for Crosscutting Concerns. Jonathan Aldrich. University of Washington PhD Generals Examination Report, September 2000.
  45. Providing Easier Access to Remote Objects in Client Server Systems. Jonathan Aldrich, James Dooley, Scott Mandelsohn, and Adam Rifkin. In Thirty-first Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-31), January 1998.

Software Artifacts

Service

Conference Program Committees and Service

Other Service

Carnegie Mellon University Service

2014-presentDirector, ISR Software Engineering Ph.D. Program
2007-presentDirector, ISR Software Engineering Undergraduate Minor Program
2012-presentMember, Computer Science Department Speaker's Club
2008-2012Chair, Software Engineering Faculty Search Committee
2009-2011Fellowship Nomination Committee
2009SCS Dean Review Committee
2006-presentGraduate Student Retention Workgroup
2005-2007Chair, ISR Undergraduate Software Engineering committee
2004-presentISR admissions committee
2004CSD admissions committee

Teaching

Advising

Ph.D. Advisees

Postdoctoral Advisees

Master's Thesis Advisees

Manuel Mohr. Æminium Compilation Theory and Run-Time Implementation, 2011.
Duri Kim. An Empirical Study on the Frequency and Classification of Object Protocols in Java, 2009.
Taekgoo Kim. Towards Specification and Verification of Usage Protocol Using Typestates in JML, 2009.
GwanPyo Do. Reachable Reference Algorithm for Inferring Ownership Types in Object Oriented Programming Languages, 2008.
Yoon-Phil Kim. Permission-based Optimization for Efficient Software Transactional Memory, 2008.

Undergraduate Thesis Advisees

Sarah Chasins. Undergraduate thesis advisee in CS (at Swarthmore). Completed 2012.
Mark Hahnenberg. Undergraduate thesis advisee in CS. Completed 2011.
Sneha Popley. Undergraduate thesis advisee in CS (at Texas Christian University). Completed 2010.
Key Shin. Undergraduate thesis advisee in CS. Completed 2007.
Matthew Kehrt. Undergraduate thesis advisee in CS. Completed 2006.
Will Cooper. Undergraduate thesis advisee in CS. Completed 2006.
Andi Bejleri. Undergraduate exchange student thesis advisee. Completed 2005.
Lee Salzman. Undergraduate thesis advisee in Logic and Computation. Completed 2004.

Masters Independent Study/Practicum Advisees (year completed)


Fuyao Zhou (2010-2012)
Aparup Banerjee (2010-2011)
Darpan Saini (2008-2010)
Kelvin Lim (2008)
Jeffrey Beckett (2008)
Majid Al-Meshari (2007)
Tim Kral (2007)
Joseph Ayo Akinyele (2007)
Lutz Wrage (independent study 2006)
Varun Dutt (2006)
Monica Page (2006)
Sangjin Han (2006)
Bhavana Rehani (2006)
David Dickey (2006)
Min Chen (2005)
Soumya Simanta (2005)
Prasanth Ramanand (2005)
Michael German (2005)
Animesh Kejriwal (2005)
Ben Madore (2005)

Undergraduate Independent Study Advisees (year completed)

Chris Martens (2008)
Matthew Rodriguez (2008, 2010)
Trisha Quan (2007)
Kevin McInerney (2007)
Tye Wang (2007)

Funding

External Talks

Professional Societies