Difference between revisions of "Jordan Osecki"

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Jordan is currently an undergraduate student at Drexel who is about to enter the BS/MS program for Computer Science, with the goal of attaining both degrees by June 2010. Jordan is working at GICL on the wiki, putting together a Coursework page which new students could use to catch up on robotics, by viewing powerpoints and other coursework from nine different professors from different colleges. Jordan is also working on organizing other parts of the wiki and bringing older content from an old website over to the new wiki. He has been working lately on creating a paper directory of all of the papers, theses, and other works produced and published through G.I.C.L.
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Jordan is a Bachelor's and Master's of Science student in Computer Science at Drexel University in Philadelphia, with the goal of attaining both degrees by June 2010. Jordan is working at GICL on the research organization's wiki. He has constructed a Coursework page by contacting GICL-affiliated professors from many colleges and collected their work and organized it. The Coursework page allows new students to learn robotics by viewing powerpoints and other coursework from nine different professors. Jordan has also created a paper directory which contains all of the papers, theses, and other works produced and published through GICL. Additionally, Jordan has helped to bring old content from GICL's older website over to the new wiki.
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[[http://www.cs.drexel.edu/~jmo34/ Personal Website]]
 
[[http://www.cs.drexel.edu/~jmo34/ Personal Website]]

Revision as of 14:18, 29 January 2008

Jordan is a Bachelor's and Master's of Science student in Computer Science at Drexel University in Philadelphia, with the goal of attaining both degrees by June 2010. Jordan is working at GICL on the research organization's wiki. He has constructed a Coursework page by contacting GICL-affiliated professors from many colleges and collected their work and organized it. The Coursework page allows new students to learn robotics by viewing powerpoints and other coursework from nine different professors. Jordan has also created a paper directory which contains all of the papers, theses, and other works produced and published through GICL. Additionally, Jordan has helped to bring old content from GICL's older website over to the new wiki.


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