CV / Resume - Computer Science

Jason M. Gallia
480 Riverside Drive • Johnson City, NY 13790 • [email protected] • (607) 761-5137
May 2015
December 2009
December 2006
May 2003
PhD Candidate, Computer Science
Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
• Advisor: Prof. Patrick Madden
• Dissertation focus: optimization of large scale NP-hard problems, with applications to biology and integrated circuit design.
• ABD as of August 2011
MS, Computer Science
Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
• Advisor: Prof. Patrick Madden
• Thesis: Protein Identification By Dynamic Programming
BS, Bioengineering.
Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
Associates Degree, Engineering Science.
Broome Community College, Binghamton, NY
J. Gallia, K. Lavrich, A. Tan-Wilson, and P. H. Madden, “Filtering of MS/MS Data
for Peptide Identification”, BMC Genomics, 2013, 14(suppl 7):S2
J. Gallia, K. Lavrich, R. McGough, A. Tan-Wilson, and P. H. Madden, “Filtering of
MS/MS Data for Peptide Identification”, IEEE Computational Advances in Bio and
Medical Sciences, 2012
Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
Fall 2013 – Present
Responsible for graduate and undergraduate courses focusing on the C and C++ programming languages and data structures.
Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
Summers 2010, 2011, January 2012 – Spring 2013
Responsible for undergraduate courses for engineering students, covering C programming, data structures, and an introduction to computer hardware.
Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
Research Assistant
August 2008 – present
Collaborative work with Prof. Patrick H. Madden on optimization problems ranging
from biology to integrated circuit design.
Research Assistant
August 2011 – present
Collaborative work with Prof. Dmitry Ponomarev on parallel discrete event simulation
using the WarpIV simulator.
Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
Teaching Assistant
August 2007 – May 2011
Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
Information Technology Specialist
August 2004 – December 2011
Maintained and supported computing equipment the School of Nursing and the School
of Education.
Lectures and
Stochastic Modeling Seminars presented in Binghamton Department of Mathematics, Summer 2012
• Presentation on stochastic methods used in computer science.
• Survey presentation on genetic algorithms, simulated annealing, support vector
Computer Science Graduate Student Seminar Fall 11 - Spring 12
• Optimal solutions across layers of abstraction for integrated circuit design automation.
• Protein identification methods (based on ICCABS 2012 publication).
Parameter Estimation & Data Reduction for Cellular Biophysical Analysis NSFREU Program in Biosystems Modeling and Analysis, Columbia, Missouri, 2009
Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
Fall 2006
Worked for Prof. Kenneth Chui at Binghamton University and the Molecular Structure Center at the University of Indiana, collecting X-Ray crystallography data, and
constructing two-dimensional images from the data.
University of Missouri, Columbia, MO
Summer 2006
Worked for the cryogenics labs under the tutelage of Dr. John K. Critser and mentored
by Dr. James Benson.
Honours and
2015 Graduate Student Excellence Award in Teaching
Student Travel Grant - ICCABS Conference 2012
Upsilon Pi Epsilon - Computer Science Honour Society.
Deans List - Spring 04 and Fall 06.
Groups and
Computer Science Graduate Student Organization, Treasurer Spring 09 – Spring
13, President Fall 13 – Present
C, C++, Python, Mathematica, Linux shell scripting, PHP, Postscript, Qt, Haskell, R
Single Variable and Multivariate Statistics, Linear Models, Stochastic Models