Craig Ulmer
 

Graduate Student
Georgia Institute of Technology
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering


Craig and Amy in Prague


 
Email:
grimace@ee.gatech.edu
Office:
College of Computing (CoC)
Room 337  (CASL Lab)
Work Address:
777 Atlantic Drive
Atlanta, GA 30332-0250
Home Address:
327667 Georgia Tech Station
Atlanta, GA 30332-1175
Work Phones:
(404) 894-0179
(404) 894-1201
Home Phone:
(404) 221-9828
Fax:
(404) 894-9959

 

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About . . .

Hello, I am an Electrical and Computer Engineering grad student here at Georgia Tech. Currently I am in my fifth year of study and am working on my Ph.D. proposal with the intention of finishing in the 2000-2001 school year. My graduate work centers on the use of intelligent network interfaces to provide increased service in distributed applications. Specifically we are interested in two areas: high-performance networks of workstations and low-cost wireless sensor networks. In order to adapt these technologies to solve practical applications, it is necessary to solve challenges that traditional network approaches are not well suited for. Therefore my work serves to outline how network middleware can be written to serve diverse system resources while protecting against faults, deadlock, and unnecessary power consumption.
 
 

Research Interests . . .


Personal Info. . .

Anybody with the vanity to write a web page about themselves usually has to bold the sentence about how they like to write poetry while listening to their favorite 14th Century Monk Grunts. Well, I'm not that grad student. I'm the grad student that sits next to that guy and wonders when that guy ever gets any work done. While I do read books every so often, drink coffee, and have a mountain bike, I think the world could do without a page of my own personal Haiku favorites.

For the most part I grew up in Summerville, SC, which is about 20 miles away from Charleston. I moved to Atlanta, GA to go to school At Georgia Tech and received my B.CompE. in 1995. Two years later I received my Masters in EE from Ga Tech. During this time I spent my summers up in Rochester, NY, where a pack of surfer/carpenters adopted me and taught me how to dance. In '96 I met up with Amy (in the picture above), and she's been me best girl ever since. Currently we live in Little 5-points of Atlanta, just a few blocks away from the Edgewood Marta stop. I've been lucky to miss a number of the Atlanta summers of my Grad school years by working at JPL in Pasadena,CA, and at Georgia Tech Lorraine in France.

My brother Todd also is a grad student at Georgia Tech, and about a year ahead of me in finishing his Ph.D. work. He does something with lasers, to which numerous parallels have been drawn to Real Genius.

Update: In December of 2000, Todd achieved escape velocity and graduated for Georgia Tech. He now works for MIT's Lincoln Laboratory, again doing something with lasers, to which numerous parallels have been drawn, this time to Dom DeLouise's 1979 classic Hot Stuff

 


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