Scientific computing students go on to careers in a variety of fields.
From professional careers to graduate studies to non-profit work, here is a look at how recent scientific computing graduates make their mark beyond the Hill.
Mark B. Larus '13
Software engineer, Uber, San Francisco, CA
Samuel C. Tay '13
Application angineer, Blue Acord, Charleston, SC
Kristina Buschur ’11
Ph.D. in computational biology, Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh Joint Doctoral Program, Pittsburgh, PA
Pushkar R. Dahal ’08
Software engineer, Vecna Medical Technology, Greenbelt, MD
Edward A. Ceaser ’07
Infrastructure engineer, Twitter, Inc.,, San Francisco, CA
Daniel Kiepfer ’03
Senior financial analyst, Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA
Jesse B. Horowitz ’01
Vice president, Wells Fargo Services, Minneapolis, MN