Kitware Welcomes New Employees & Interns
Kitware welcomes several new employees to the team:
Casey joined Kitware’s North Carolina office in August 2009 as an R&D Engineer for the Biomedical Imaging team. Prior to joining Kitware, Casey was a member of the Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute at the University of Utah where he completed his PhD in Computing.
Marcus Hanwell joined Kitware in October 2009 as an R&D Engineer for the Scientific Computing team. Marcus is one of the core developers of Avogadro and an active member of the Gentoo and KDE communities. He completed his BS and PhD in Physics from the University of Sheffield. His PhD and post-doctoral research involved both experimental and computational research, concerned primarily with the electrical
and structural characteristics of nanomaterials.
Matt joined Kitware in September 2009 as an R&D Engineer for the Computer Vision team. Matt completed a dual BS in Computer Science and Computer Systems Engineering from RPI and his MS in Applied Mathematics from Brown University. He is currently in the final stages of his PhD in Engineering at Brown University.
Zach joined Kitware in August 2009 as an R&D Engineer and is currently working as a developer on CMake. Prior to joining Kitware, Zach worked as a co-op at IBM where he developed the Common Launchpad, a framework for abstracting cross-platform development issues. Matt received his BS in Computer Science from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Sangmin joined Kitware in September 2009 as an R&D Engineer for the Computer Vision team. Dr. Oh received his BS in Computer Science from Seoul National University, and his MS and PhD in Computer Science from Georgia Tech. While at Georgia Tech his research focused on applying temporal models such as switching linear dynamic systems to learn and recognize patterns that occur in multi-channel time-stream data.
David joined Kitware in August 2009 as an R&D Engineer for the Computer Vision team. Prior to joining Kitware, David built large Java applications as a consultant for the State of New York. He received his BS in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.
Steve joined Kitware in September 2009 as a graphic design intern. Steve is a graduate of the College of Saint Rose where he completed a BFA in Graphic Design.