Kerry A. Seitz, Jr.

Kerry A. Seitz, Jr.

Department of Computer Science
University of California, Davis

kaseitz at ucdavis dot edu

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I am a Ph.D. student in Computer Science at UC Davis, working under Prof. John Owens. I received a B.S. in Computer Science with minors in Biology and Biomathematics from Trinity University.

My research interests include heterogeneous computing, general purpose computing on graphics processing units (GPGPU), programming languages, and compilers. I am especially interested in the intersection of these areas. Due to the increasingly widespread use of many-core architectures, like graphics processing units (GPUs), I am interested in making these devices easier to program so that developers can take advantage of the processing power and energy efficiency that they provide.


ICIP:2012 Expanding Diagnostically Labeled Datasets Using Content-based Image Retrieval
Anne-Marie Giuca, Kerry A. Seitz, Jr., Jacob Furst, and Daniela Raicu
2012 19th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), September 2012
Paper (pdf) | Poster (pdf)
MathBio:2012 A Stochastic Model for the Development of Bateson-Dobzhansky-Muller Incompatibilities that Incorporates Protein Interaction Networks
Kevin Livingstone, Peter Olofsson, Garner Cochran, Andrius Dagilis, Karen MacPherson, and Kerry A. Seitz, Jr.
Mathematical Biosciences, 238(1): 49-54, July 2012
Paper (pdf)
ITNG:2012 Virtual Machine and Bytecode for Optimization on Heterogeneous Systems
Kerry A. Seitz, Jr. and Mark C. Lewis
In Proceedings of the 2012 Ninth International Conference on Information Technology - New Generations, pages 528-533, April 2012
Paper (pdf) | Slides (pdf) | Honors Thesis
SPIE:2012 Learning Lung Nodule Similarity Using a Genetic Algorithm
Kerry A. Seitz, Jr., Anne-Marie Giuca, Jacob Furst, and Daniela Raicu
In Proceedings of SPIE, 8315, February 2012
Paper (pdf) | Poster (pdf)


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