Hello! My name is Scott and I am an engineering student and a versatile programmer. My experience includes full-stack web development and scientific programming in academic, corporate, and open-source settings. I am seeking opportunities to apply and expand my experience in ways that will make a large, positive impact on the world.
I am a self-starter and a team player in equal parts, and I excel in any environment. My communication and interpersonal skills increase the value of my technical skills. My education has been highly interdisciplinary, allowing me to approach any issue with a unique perspective.
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Class of 2018, GPA 3.83
Major: Chemical Engineering
In addition to learning the theory and practice of chemical processes, I have gained valuable skills in problem solving, collaboration, and technical communication.
Linguistics is the universal logic behind how people of all cultures communicate with one another. This field is increasingly applied and is situated at the intersection of computation and anthropology.
I am familiar with the fundamentals of organic, physical, and biological chemistry as well as with a variety of analytical laboratory methods including spectroscopy and chromatography.
As an intern at Battelle, I was part of the Hazard Modeling group in the CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive) Defense division. My work consisted of full-stack development of software tools for running simulations and visualizing data, delivered to clients in the public and private sectors. In addition to development, I gained experience creating an Agile-style product backlog, editing reports, and presenting my work at a poster session.
As the Webmaster and Historian of the Eta chapter of Mortar Board, a national honor society for college seniors, I independently created a new website for the chapter. The website includes pictures from service events and information for prospective members. I created the website with HTML, PHP, and Bootstrap.
Poly, created by the non-profit organization Wikitongues, is an open-source application for recording and learning phrases in different languages. Now under development, in the near future it will be an important tool for the preservation of endangered languages. I have contributed by fixing bugs and developing features in React and Ruby on Rails.
515 S. Aiken Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15232