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Tim Anderson

Tim Anderson is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Montana. His research focuses on hardware and software optimizations for bioinformatics tools. Professionally, he is interested in developing bespoke hardware accelerators with FPGAs, SIMD and thread-parallel computation, developing hardware and software for embedded systems, and digital signal processing.

Tim has earned a Bachelors in Music with a focus in Composition and Technology and a M.S. in Computer Science, both from the University of Montana.

In his spare time, Tim enjoys board games, homebrewing, hiking, and designing video games badly. Against the better judgement of almost everyone, he has recently begun exploring writing custom assembly for modding old SNES games.

One day, Tim will finish developing his HTML5 NES emulator.

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