This page is intended to be a live version of my CV. If you prefer a PDF version, I have a short resume and a full CV available as well.

Personal Information

Name
Benjamin H Glick
Address:
415 W Aldine Ave, Apt. 10A
Chicago. Il 60657
Date Of Birth
4th April 1998
Nationality
American
Mobile Phone
+1 (312) 391-0727
Email
glick@lclark.edu
GitHub
@benhg
Personal Webpage
glick.cloud

Professional Goals

To be a team cheerleader and tactician, to use my subject knowledge, technical skills, and interpersonal skills to take part in and contribute to valuable projects.

Strengths and Skills

Planning, problem solving, tactics, motivating or inspiring others, anchor of a team or group, ability to develop CS skills, speed at grasping new and complex concepts. Technical skills include Python, C, C++, databases, javascript, html/css, java, functional programming including lisp and haskell, network programming, systems software, and LATEX/TEX

Education

Institutions

Lewis & Clark College
Student (BA, Physics & Mathematics/Computer Science, Expected 2020), Autumn 2016-Present
  • Relevant Coursework
  • Computer Science
    • Computer Networks and Web Development
    • Computer Architecture and Assembly Languages
    • Computer Graphics
    • Parallel and High Performance Computing
    • Algorithm Design and Analysis
    • Independent Study in HPC Job Scheduling through Machine Learning Applications
    • Independent Study in HPC Job Containerization and Execution
    • Software Development
  • Mathematics
    • Linear Algebra
    • Discrete Mathematics
    • Single-variable and Multi-variable Calculus
    • Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
  • Physics
    • Mechanics
    • Waves and Matter
    • Electricity and Magnetism
    • Thermodynamics
    • Experimental Methods in Physical Sciences
    • Computational Physics
University of Chicago Laboratory High School
Student (High School Diploma, 2016), 2012-2016

Mentors and Advisors

  • Lab Mentor at University of Chicago/Argonne National Lab: Ian Foster
  • College Mentor and Advisor: Jens Mache

Experience

Institution/Company
Lewis & Clark College
Title
Teaching Assistant
Start Date
Jan. 2019
End Date
May 2019

Teaching assistant for Lewis & Clark’s CS 293 Computer Networks and Web Development. My duties include teaching classes, holding office hours, providing advice to students, and assisting with design of coursework.

Institution/Company
General Electric Transportation
Title
Digital Technology Leadership Program Intern
Start Date
May 2018
End Date
Aug. 2018

Member of a production cybersecurity team. Designed prototype and proof of concept software and hard- ware systems. Designed and implemented software solutions for locomotive control computers and the GoLinc platform relating to data collection, encryption, management, and movement. Developed internal tools for security and cost audits of product teams.

Institution/Company
Swift Project, Argonne National Laboratory / Computation Institute, University of Chicago
Title
Undergraduate Student Developer
Start Date
Jun 2017
End Date
Present

The Swift research group creates and maintains high-performance computing tools for scientific and data- intensive computing. With Swift, I develop, maintain, and manage tools to make data-intensive and computationally demanding tasks easy to use, secure, and scalable in a variety of computing environments from multicore computers to some of the largest supercomputers in the world. I contribute to development of live projects with active scientific users as well as prototypes for future projects.

Institution/Company
Watzek Library, Lewis and Clark College
Title
Digital Initiatives Assistant
Start Date
Jan 2018
End Date
Present

Watzek Digital Initiatives handles Lewis & Clark’s digital collections and infrastructure, as well as sup- porting research and academic computing on campus. As DI assistant, I manage operation of LC’s high-performance computing infrastructure, design solutions to help professors solve digital problems, and assist in maintenance of the library’s digital information resources.

Institution/Company
Lewis & Clark College
Title
Teaching Assistant
Start Date
Jan 2018
End Date
May 2018

Teaching assistant for Lewis & Clark’s CS 393 Computer Networks course. My duties include teaching classes, holding office hours, providing advice to students, and assisting with design of coursework.

Institution/Company
Knowledge Lab, University of Chicago / IQSS/Harvard Business School
Title
Research Assistant
Start Date
May 2018
End Date
Aug. 2018

I designed, deployed, and analyzed a survey to scientists which was used to help understand how and why authors cite particular works and whether their citations can be used as a measure of performance in sicence. The survey used proprietary data on millions of scientists and their publications/citations.

Institution/Company
Lewis & Clark College
Title
Stewart LLC Coordinator
Start Date
Jan 2017
End Date
May 2017

I was responsible for community development in the Stewart residence hall Holistic Wellness Living Learn- ing Community. I planned events, promoted discussion of community guidelines, and worked with the Campus Living staff to ensure that residents felt safe and happy in their residence hall.

Institution/Company
Globus/Computation Institute, University of Chicago
Title
Summer Intern
Start Date
Jun. 2016
End Date
Aug. 2016

Worked on a team to develop a resource for the globus group at the University of Chicago. Devoloped a product which allows scientists to securely search, share, process and access confidential scientific data stored in the globus cloud.

Institution/Company
Computation Institute, University of Chicago
Title
RDCEP Summer Scholar
Start Date
Jun. 2015
End Date
Aug. 2015

Developed and applied skills in Mathematics and Computer Science. Member of a small team of high school interns on projects using large scale data. Developed ability to build my own solutions using math- ematical models. Navigate and organize a team with different skills and motivation levels





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