EClub Event: Invited Talk by Marc Zinck

Submitted by admin on Tue, 10/05/2010 - 15:59

Marc Zinck from Ciespace Corpoation

will give an Invited Talk followed by questions / discussion.

on Tuesday, October 12, 2010
at 6pm
in Gates Hillman Center (GHC) 6121 (location confirmed)
School of Computer Science (SCS), Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)

As always, Pizza (sponsored by Bueda.com) will be served.

Hope to see everyone there.

Marc is Senior Software Engineer at Ciespace Corporation, a Pittsburgh based startup commercializing digital modeling and analysis technology. Marc's responsibilities include developing algorithms, developing end user applications, software architecture, and managing relationships with sponsors such NASA and The Technology Collaborative as well as interfacing with vendors. Prior to joining Ciespace, Marc was a member of the technical research staff at Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute and its commercialization arm, the National Robotics Engineering Center. At the Robotics Institute, Marc worked on sponsored research projects for DARPA, Army Research Lab, and NASA. His contributions include robot design, autonomous navigation, sensors integration, communication, visualization systems and improving software engineering practices. Marc graduated from Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science with a B.S. in Computer Science in 2002. His studies and continued development have built a strong foundational skill set focused on software engineering, computer graphics, robotics, and physics. Marc has co-authored several peer reviewed publications related to multi-robot coordination.

About Ciespace Corporation:
Ciespace develops and markets advanced 3D digital modeling and analysis solutions for the aerospace, automotive, industrial, and government markets. The company, founded by Dr. Kenji Shimada, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, is based on the patented BubbleMesh(tm) technology, a product of more than 18 years of advanced research in the field of 3D digital modeling. BubbleMesh(tm) enables the automated generation of high quality meshes for non-linear, multi-physics, and large-scale engineering analysis, which until now have been developed using costly manual labor. This automation dramatically increases the speed and quality of the engineering design process, for applications ranging from automobile crash simulation to complex fluid dynamic (CFD) and electromagnetic (EM) analysis. Ciespace has offices in Pittsburgh, PA and Chicago, IL.

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