Greg DePaul
Applied Math Doctorate at UC Davis

Education

University of California, Davis

Ph.D. Applied Mathematics

2019-2024

Stanford University

M.S. Computational and Mathematical Engineering

2016-2018

University of Arizona

B.S. Computer Engineering

B.S. Double Major in Mathematics and Computer Science

2012-2016

Employment Summary

Software Engineer

August 2018 - September 2019

Powerpoint Data Analytics and Machine Learning Team. Worked in a variety of projects dealing with Text2Content features as well as aiding in the release of the new Rehearsal Coach feature.

Course Assistant

January 2017 - December 2017

Taught recitation, held office hours, and developed homework assignments for introductory engineering mathematics classes. (CME 100, CME 102).

Technical Intern

June 2017 - September 2017

Research Assistant for Data Analytics Department. Project focused on Machine Learning techniques and Computational linguistics for Information Extraction.

Engineering Summer Intern

June 2016 - September 2016

Worked with FIRST Engineering Department to develop technologies that will benefit robotics teams in order to compete for the 2017 FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC).

Section Leader & Teaching Assistant

January 2014 - May 2016

Aid in the instructional and administrative responsibilities of the course.

Software Developer Intern

May 2015 - August 2015

Collaborate with team of developers to produce an application for radiologists. Project dealt specifically with ASP.NET in order to produce a final web application.

Awards & Scholarships

Stanford Archeology and Engineering Fellowship

Spring 2018

Awarded to aspiring engineers who travel to support conservation efforts on the UNESCO World Heritage site of Chavin de Huantar, Peru.

Schlumberger Innovation Fellowship

Winter 2017

The Schlumberger Innovation Fellows program recognizes aspiring scholars in the fields of machine learning, deep learning, high performance computing, and 3D modeling and data visualization. The award was established to encourage scholarship and research in these emerging technology areas, which hold great promise across many industries to improve performance, lower costs, increase accuracy and provide new research and business insights.

Lusk Scholarship

Spring 2014

Awarded to students majoring in Mathematics that demonstrate academic merit, particularly in mathematics courses at the UA.

W. E. Lucille Barnum Scholarship

Spring 2014

Awarded to students majoring in Engineering that demonstrate academic merit to support and ensure those awarded success as students and practicing professionals.

Regents High Honors Tuition Scholarship

Spring 2012

Established by the Arizona Board of Regents to recognize Arizona high school students for outstanding academic achievements as demonstrated through high school courses and test scores (AIMS).

Past Projects and Research

Developing Remote Sensing Modules for Time-Sequencing Data

Summer 2018

Spent the summer working in an archeological site, developing remote sensing modules which are used to gather valuable data for archeological conservation. Read Paper

USYMQR

Spring 2018

Supervised by Michael Saunders, Stephanie Sanchez and I worked to develop industry level code for Saunder's Modified USYMQR Algorithm for Julia. Read Paper

Predicting Education Opportunity using Machine Learning

Spring 2018

We set out to build a model that, given satellite imagery and structured covariate data, is able to provide a reasonable estimate of the performance of a school district. Read Paper

Reimaging Shallow Structure

Fall 2016

We perform smoothing over the raw velocity spectrum data, and then apply methods of unsupervised classification to emphasize features of nonuniformity. We then create a heuristic-driven graphical overlay for accelerating subsurface fault-line/mineral deposit identification based on reflection seismology. Read Paper

Software Engineering Capstone - Human Interactable Table

Spring 2016

Implement an LED grid on top of your everyday coffee table. This grid is reconfigurable through a Bluetooth connected android device. Read Paper See Video

Huffman Code

Spring 2016

Create an implementation of Huffman Encoding for an arbitrary subset of ASCII characters. This implementation makes explicit use of data structures to ease processing. Read Paper Download Code

Honors Thesis - General Usage Remote Sensing Module

Fall 2015

My team was given the task of design a data acquisition module that is both versatile in its ability to collect different sensory data by alternating sensor units, while also being portable, particularly capable of fitting within the average pocket. The final module is also cost effective, estimated to cost a mere twenty US dollars in order produce a single module. Read Paper

Parallel and Distributed Programming Final Project

Spring 2015

Developed a simple, collaborative editor in Java, using the command design pattern, that provided users the ability to edit the same document simultaneously. Download Code

Technical Skills

Programming

  • C / C++ / C#
  • Matlab
  • Java
  • Python
  • ASP.NET / SQL
  • Julia

Development

  • TDD / Agile / SCRUM
  • High Performance Computing
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Machine Learning / Deep Learning

Software

  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Visual Studio
  • Expression Web
  • Eclipse
  • XCode
  • Atom

Contact Me

Email:

gdepaul@ucdavis.edu

Phone:

(520) 678-0430

Locale:

Davis, CA