Oded Green
Georgia Institute of Technology - School of Computational Science and Engineering

Contact Info:
Klaus Advanced Computing Building
Room 1338
Georgia Institute of Technology
266 Ferst Drive
Atlanta, GA 30332

A bit about me

First of all, welcome to my webpage.

My name is Oded Green and I finished my PhD in Computational Science and Engineering(CSE) at Georgia Tech in 2014. I received a M.Sc in Electirical Engineering in 2010 and a B.Sc in Computer Engineering in 2008 from the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology). I recently joined CSE as a research scientist and I am back to working on interesting graph algorithms and architectures.

My interests include (but not limited to ) parallel architectures, data structures for parallel applications, large scale graph problems, social network analysis, scheduling, and load-balancing.

A lot of my work has focused on algorithm design - parallel merging, dynamic betweenness centrality, efficient clustering coefficient computation, estimated covariance computation for image processing. I am strong believer of "when theory meets practice". This means that I believe in implementation and performance analysis. In fact my favorite stage of research is the performance analysis stage as this typically allows diving deeper into the problem and getting a better understanding of the problem at hand.

As a graduate student I had several great opportunities to work with both undergraduate students and junior graduate students. This was a great experience and I highly encourage graduate students to partake in this. It truly is a great way to learn: leadership skills, how to run a small team, how to motivate people, how to conduct research, time management, and so much more. On a professional level, this is a great way to collaborate. This is a great way to make friends for life.

A few my hobbies are squash, kung-fu, scuba diving, hiking and backpacking.