2017-2018 Officers

Zachary Johnson

Zachary Johnson

President

Zachary Johnson is currently a senior studying computer engineering at the University of Arkansas. He is originally from Bentonville, AR, and ever since he was young he’s been fascinated with computers. In high school, he took his first programming class and realized he had a passion for building computer programs. He loves thinking about the possibilities brought about by programming and how it can be used to improve the lives of everyone. In his free time, he also enjoys biking, hiking, writing, and the occasional soccer game.

Namita Balani

Namita Balani

Vice President

No bio.

Jesus Barrera Garcia

Jesus Barrera Garcia

Secretary

Jesus Barrera is majoring in Computer Science.  Took his first
programing class in high school and really enjoyed it.  In his free time, depending on his mood he likes to hit the gym, go bike riding, watch League of Legends streams, or binge watch a random show.

Jameson "River" Gillis

Jameson "River" Gillis

Treasurer

No bio.

Austin Kreulach

Austin Kreulach

Social Media Coordinator

Austin Kreulach is a Sophomore double majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. His research focuses on the application of machine learning techniques to problems within computer science and beyond. 

Logan Brown

Logan Brown

Hackathon Coordinator

Logan Brown is a Junior majoring in Computer Science at the University of Arkansas. He likes Computer Science because of the variability of its applications. He wants to be a part of a field that can either solve or help with any problem that may exist. He looks forward to helping others enter and advance in this incredible field.

Noah Holt

Noah Holt

Event Committee Member

Noah Holt is a sophomore majoring in Computer Science.   He lives in Gregson Hall. He’s been programming since he was a young-un, and hopes to bring his passion for programming to others.  That includes the computer engineers.  He’s looking forward to planning events for this year, and to new episodes of Rick and Morty.  

Kyle Bell

Kyle Bell

Director of Membership

No bio.

Matthew Patitz

Matthew Patitz

Faculty Advisor

Matt is an assistant professor in the Computer Science and Computer Engineering Department.  He received his PhD in Computer Science from Iowa State University in 2010, and heads the Algorithmic Self-Assembly and Natural Computing research group. His research interests involve the development and study of nanoscale self-assembling systems, especially DNA-based molecular systems.

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