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Besides many other teaching awards, Dr. Gustavo Rodriguez-Rivera was awarded the “Best Teacher in the School Of Science in 2014”. Gustavo has more than 20 years of teaching experience. In his classes He emphasizes Systems Programming and Software Engineering. Gustavo’s main areas of research are Operating Systems, Computer Networks, Memory Management, Embedded, and Real-Time Systems. He is also interested in Numerical Analysis, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Signal Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Data Structures, and Speech Recognition.
Selected Publications Kim, S., Adams, D.E., Sohn, H., Rodriguez-Rivera, G., Myrent, N., Bond, R., Vitek, J., Carr, S., Grama, A., and Meyer, J.,, ““Crack Detection Technique for Operation Wind Turbine Blades Using Vibro-Acoustic Modulation,””, (invited paper) (2014), Structural Health Monitoring: An International Journal,, Acknowledgements. Support for this work is provided by the National Science Foundation under grant CNS 1136045
Gustavo Rodriguez-Rivera, Mike Spertus, and Charles Fiterman, “Conservative Garbage Collection for General Memory Allocators”, ISMM2000 International Symposium on Memory Management, Gustavo Rodriguez-Rivera and Vince Russo, “Nonintrusive Cloning Garbage Collection with Stock Operating System Support”, Software-Practice and Experience , Vol 27, No. 8, August 1997
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