04/19/2017 - Vijay Chidambaram did not start off wanting to go into research. While earning his Bachelor’s from the College of Engineering, Guindy in India in 2009, Chidambaram focused on his goal of nabbing a job at a big company. After an internship during his Master’s studies, Chidambaram realized that working as a software engineer did not appeal to him as much as he expected. He felt there was a better way for him to impact the world. Read more
10/17/2016 - This is part of a series featuring personal profiles of the new faculty at UT Computer Science Chris Rossbach didn’t take a common path to computer science research. He tried out physics, philosophy, math and religious studies before graduating from Stanford University with a computer science degree. Read more
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