I'm a lecturer in the Department of Computer Science.

I did my undergraduate work at Purdue and Illinois and my graduate work at MIT, Stanford, and Texas.

I've worked at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation (MCC).

Both of my parents were born and raised in Granada, Nicaragua. I was born in New York and grew up in Miami. My wife was born and raised in Managua, Nicaragua. She did her undergraduate work at Tufts and her graduate work at Salamanca and Texas, worked at the Vaughn Gross Center for Reading and Language Arts, and is now an independent consultant.


Office Hours

Days Time Place
MF 12-12:45pm GDC 6.308
F 2-2:45pm

Classes

Fall 2015
Days Time Unique Class Place
MWF 10am 50885 CS371p: Object-Oriented Programming CLA 0.128
11am 50898 CS373: Software Engineering CLA 0.126
1pm 50890 CS371p: Object-Oriented Programming CLA 0.112
F 3pm 50480 CS109: Competitive Programming GDC 4.304
Spring 2016
Days Time Unique Class Place
MWF 10am CS373: Software Engineering
11am CS371p: Object-Oriented Programming
1pm CS373: Software Engineering
F 3pm CS109: Competitive Programming
Summer 2016
Days Time Unique Class Place
MWF 10-11:45am CS378: Generic Programming
1-2:45pm CS373: Software Engineering

Papers & Patents

Presentations

Year Title
2013-14 Giving Tree
2012-13 First Bytes

Teaching Awards