CARTER E. MCCARDWELL
Computer Engineering Student

CARTER E. MCCARDWELL

Computer Engineering Student

ABOUT ME

ABOUT ME

School

Northeastern University
Computer Engineering, minor Economics

Education Progress

1st Semester Junior

Hobbies

Handiwork, Rowing, Running, Weightlifting

Availability

Spring (Jan-Aug) Internships/co-ops

My professional interests are mainly in the technology sector. I am particularly interested in high-performance computing, information security, hardware and robotics, and optimizing the connection between hardware and software. I am also studying Economics which I like to combine with my engineering interests. In particular, using high-performance optimized computing to model economic data.


WHAT CAN I DO

Code

I am proficient in a wide spectrum of programming languages such as C, CUDA, Python, and Java. I have completed many major projects in various languages for different applications. I don't have a preference of language or technology, I pick the best tool for the job.

Problem Solving

I enjoy using my intellectual curiosity to solve problems. I thrive in situations that haven't been encountered before inventing new and unique solutions to solve the problem at hand.

Diverse Skillset

I am not just a computer engineer, I also have a minor in Economics and am very insterested in developing my non-computing skills. I have professionally worked as an analyist understanding financial, political, and business situations.

Communication

I am an outstanding communicator who is able to convey complex technical ideas clearly and efficiently through written and oral communications.


PORTFOLIO

PORTFOLIO

Take a look at a sample of the work I've done. These projects range from personal projects to professional assignments.

Hetero-Mark

Contributed a large portion of Hetero-Mark, A GPGPU/HSA benchmarking utility.

Project Holeshot

A self-driving RC car built at HackUMass 2015.

CLIP: OpenCL over IP

Self-authored paper discussing a new method for GPGPU clustering over a network.

Open-source speed controller

Implemented an open-source speed controller onto custom-made PCBs.

Student Cluster Competition

Competed in a student clustering competition to create the highest-performance cluster with a limited power budget.

CONTACT

CONTACT ME

Phone

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Address

Boston, MA 02115

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