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In October 2013, I shifted from my High Energy Physics computing role to general IT support for the Department of Physics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Prior to that, starting in November 2002, I became a system programmer for the High Energy Physics Department at University of Wisconsin, thanks to funding from the National Science Foundation.
This work was on software related to CMS, an international physics experiment that began taking data in 2008. Among other things, this experiment is designed to study the Higgs boson.
Here at UW, we focused on the use of shared computing resources, machines that are federated with others at universities and research labs in a computing grid or cloud. NSF projects I worked on: