Successful Alumni from the Computer Science Program
A small sample of Pumas on the cutting edge of technology
Software Engineer for the GlobalNOC at Indiana University
At work, Ben is on a team that develops software to help monitor Research and Education Networks around the world.
Support Engineer for Scale Computing in Indianapolis, Ind.
While working as a Software Engineer and writing documentation for Scale Computing, Morgan is also working on self-publishing a series of fantasy/paranormal romance books.
Technical Support Engineer for Scale Computing in Indianapolis, Ind.
As an alumnus, James enjoys working alongside other Puma alumni at Scale Computing. While in the office, James focuses on configuring and troubleshooting customer networks and resolving critical cases.
Tier I Technical Support Engineer at Scale Computing in Indianapolis, Ind.
In addition to working as a Technical Support Engineer, Tom is also continuing to cultivate his musical abilities at the Pipe Organ.
Tier 4 Storage Engineer at Scale Computing in Indianapolis, Ind.
According to Mike, "Being worldly and cultured is more than a passport stamp. Core taught me that. Core underscored the notion that understanding the cultures and diversity on our planet gave me insight into how interconnected we are at a personal level and how that plays into why technology has taken such a strong foothold in our world."
Automation Engineer at Interactive Intelligence in Indianapolis, Ind.
According to Steve, "If 'having a job when I graduate' is one of your goals, Computer Science is a great major. The company I work for cannot find enough young software developers, and SJC is a perfect place to learn the trade.
Vice President of Engineering at Spaulding Clinical in Milwaukee, Wis.
Brock has been employed by Spaulding Clinical since January 2008 and is now the company's Vice President of Engineering. The SJC alumnus has played an integral role in implementing Spaulding's iQ Electrocardiograph, one of the company's most impressive developments. Take a look at the following video to learn more about Brock's success at Spaulding: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ix49xDIeqok
Contact - Summer, 2011 (pg. 14)
President, InfoMotion Sport Technology
Mike Crowley '93 and Mark Davisson '93 received nationwide media attention for freakishly smart sensor basketballs.
Cofounder of Vector Economics
Since graduating in '91, Kevin has cofounded two companies.