Hal W. Canary
email@example.com • +1-919-724-2801 •
9 Upton Ct, Durham NC 27713 • http://halcanary.org/
- Software Tools: GCC, Make, Emacs, CMake, Qt, VTK, OpenGL, ParaView, Git, Github
- Operating systems: Unix and Linux workstations and servers.
- Specialties: scientific and numerical computing, computer graphics,
databases and database interfaces.
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, M.S. Computer Science, August 2013.
- University of Wisconsin-Madison, B.S. Physics and Mathematics, May 2001.
- Software Engineer, Google, Inc. 2013–present
- Member of the Skia 2D graphic library (https://skia.org/) team.
- Research Assistant, UNC-Chapel Hill, Computer Science Department. 2011–2013
- Created novel tools for visualizations of high-dimensional
- Built visualizations for scientific data (nuclear
quantum-chromodynamic plasma simulation, meteorologic simulation, and
cosmological galactic formation simulation datasets) using VTK and
- Iteratively designed and developed the MADAI Distribution Sampling
Tools (https://github.com/MADAI/DistributionSampling) and the MADAI
Visualization Workbench (https://github.com/MADAI/MADAIWorkbench).
- Developed new VTK filters and ParaView macros.
- Collaborated with domain scientists to develop visualization and
statistical product requirements.
- Receiving Manager, Barnes & Noble. 2006–2011
- College Math Tutor, Edgewood College. 2004–2005
- Programmer and Student Researcher, UW-Madison Math Department. 2001–2004
- Interface Analyst and Programmer, Epic Systems Corporation. 2001–2002
- Developed database interface software in InterSystems Caché.
- Installed and configured client’s software.
- Resolved customer issues with troubleshooting.
- Developed custom software for clients.
- System Administrator, UW-Madison Physics Department Computational Physics Lab. 2000–2001
- Undergraduate Researcher, UW-Madison Physics Department. 1999–2000
- Hal Canary, Russell M. Taylor II, Cory Quammen, Scott Pratt, Facundo A.
Gómez, Brian O'Shea, Christopher G. Healey. “Visualizing
Likelihood Density Functions via Optimal Region Projection.”
Computers & Graphics 41 (2014): 62–71.
- Steffen A. Bass, Hannah Petersen, Cory Quammen, Hal Canary, Christopher
G. Healey, Russell M. Taylor II. “Probing the QCD Critical Point with
Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions.” Central European Journal of
Physics (2012) 10, 1278–1281.
- Hal Canary. “Aztec Diamonds and Baxter Permutations.” The
Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 17 (2010), #R105