My name is Oded Green and I am currently a PhD student in the Computational Science and Engineering(CSE) department at Georgia Tech. My supervisor is Prof. David Bader. My research focuses on large scale streaming graph problems.
In 2010 I receieved a M.Sc in Electirical Engineering from the Technion. My M.Sc. thesis topic was "Scheduling Directives for Shared-Memory Many-Core Processor Systems" and I did this under the supervision of Prof. Yitzhak "Tsahi" Birk.. In 2008 I received a B.Sc in Computer Engineering. During my undergraduate degree, I worked as a software engineer in the Signal and Image Processing Lab
(SIPL) for 3 years. Prior to beginning my studies I work as a software programmer for 4.5 years.
During my time at the Technion, I supvervised over half a dozen undergraduate projects in the Parallel System Lab
My interests included system architecture, data structures for parallel applications, converting sequential algorithms to parallel algorithms, large scale graph problems, community detection,scheduling, efficient load balancing and optimizations.
A few my hobbies are squash, kung-fu, scuba diving, hiking and backpacking.