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Brian Stuart

Brian Stuart

Associate Teaching Professor

Computer Science

Dr. Stuart's research and development experience has spanned a wide variety of disciplines including, machine learning, networking, robotics, image processing, simulation, interpreters, data storage, and operating systems. Dr. Stuart previously served as a senior engineer at Coraid, a computer data storage company that provides storage solutions for cloud service providers and enterprises that are experiencing rapid, unpredictable data growth. Dr. Stuart also previously served as an adjunct instructor at the University of Memphis, where he led a research collaboration between FedEx and the University of Memphis, and authored an operating systems textbook. His teaching experience includes areas such as computer science, data communications, distributed/operating systems, accelerated computer programming, and computer graphics.

Education

  • PhD, Computer Science, Purdue University
  • MS, Electrical Engineering, Notre Dame University
  • BS (cum laude), Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Research/Teaching Interests

Machine learning, networking, robotics, image processing, data storage, operating systems, data communications, distributed/operating systems, accelerated computer programming, computer graphics

Select Publications

  • “Inferno in Embedded Space: Porting to the Sun SPOT,” Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Plan 9, 2013.
  • “A File System for Laptops,” Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Plan 9, 2009.
  • “Two Enhancements for Native Inferno,” Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Plan 9, 2009.
  • Principles of Operating Systems: Design and Applications, Course Technology, 2009.
  • “Relative Localization from Image Sequences,” Proceedings of the 43rd ACM Southeast Conference, March 2005.

Awards & Recognition

  • Five Star Award, FedEx — 2001
  • Star Award, FedEx — 2000
  • Hill-Mellon Presidential Discretionary Research Fund, Rhodes College — 1996
  • ACM Scholastic Programming Contest
    • Coach, second place team, Mid-Central Region Division II — 1996
    • Coach, Rhodes’ programming team at international finals — 1992
    • Coach, first place team, Southeast Region Division II — 1991
  • David Ross Research Fellowship, Purdue University — 1990–1991