NAME

Matt Monaco

SYNOPSIS

Department of Computer Science
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80302

email: matthew.monaco@colorado.edu
ssh key: 47:ca:d1:9f:cf:49:93:2b:e3:f2:1d:90:d1:36:5e:16
gpg key: F021 9725 3F0C A8EA 9AAB 0A05 5D3C 4525 0A64 5DD3
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DESCRIPTION

Hello Casual Browser,

I'm Matt. I'm currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Colorado,
Boulder. Lately, I have been working in the area of software defined
networks. I am funded as the administrator of the CSEL. I like to be a
good citizen of the open source software community; you'll find me
scattered around various git repositories on the Internet.

Other than staring at glowing rectangles, I also like to frolic
outside and climb to the top of things. Living in Colorado suits itself
well to this. I met my wife Kaitlyn in high school. We've been married
since 2011. I am a dog person, but this cat, is better than your cat.

-Matt

HISTORY

University of Colorado
Department of Computer Science
Ph.D. Student
Systems, Security, Software Defined Networking

University of Colorado
Computer Science Education Lab (CSEL)
Administrator
Maintain a computer lab and rack infrastructure for student use. Deployed
a local cloud system (in progress) for student and research use

Fidessa
Enterprise Implementation Specialist
Worked on site at customer premises to customize full suite of trading
system software

Rensselear Polytechnic Institute
Department of Physics, Applied Physics, & Astronomy
Research Assistant
Studied F-turnoff distribution for insight into the structure of the Milky
Way Galaxy, funded by the National Science Foundation

Lehigh University
Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics Group
Research Assistant
Studied quantum energy levels of the NaK molecule, funded by the National
Science Foundation

LINKS

github.com/mmonaco
bitbucket.org/mmonaco

PUBLICATIONS

Andy Sayler, Dirk Grunwald, John Black, Elizabeth White, Matthew Monaco. Supporting CS
Education via Virtualization and Packages. SIGCSE'14 (2013). [pdf]

Matthew Monaco, Oliver Michel, Eric Keller. Applying Operating System Principles to
SDN Controller Design. HotNets-XII (2013). [pdf] [slides]

Matthew Monaco, Eric Keller. Yanc: Yet Another Network Controller. NSDI'13 Poster Session (2013).

Newby, M., Newberg, H. J., Simones, J., Cole, N., & Monaco, M. (2011). F Turnoff
Distribution in the Galactic Halo Using Globular Clusters as Proxies. The Astrophysical Journal, 743(2), 187. [pdf]

McGeehan, B. M., Ashman, S., Wolfe, C. M., Steinhardt, R., Monaco, M. L., Huennekens,
J., & Hickman, A. P. (2011). NaK bound–free and bound–bound 4 3 Σ+→ a 3 Σ+ emission.
Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy, 265(2), 74-80. [pdf]

SEE ALSO

Eric Keller (my advisor) - ecee.colorado.edu/~ekeller
Dirk Grunwald - systems.cs.colorado.edu/people/faculty/dirk-grunwald

Murad Kablan - csel.cs.colorado.edu/~murad
Oliver Michel - csel.cs.colorado.edu/~oliver
Andy Sayler - andysayler.com

Arch Linux - archlinux.org
i3 - i3wm.org
OpenPGP Tutorial - csel.cs.colorado.edu/openpgp.html