Alumni Profile – Anudeep Singh

August 10, 2011

Spending two years at Bradley while earning his master’s degree in computer science helped Anudeep Singh both personally and professionally. Learn more about this alum in his profile.

Major:
Master of Science in computer science (December 2009)

Current employer:
Bradley University (grant work for the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute)

Position:
Research Assistant

Technologies used:
Open source tools including MySQL, PHP, CodeIgniter

Bradley CS highlights:
At Bradley, I got an opportunity to work on various projects. I never thought I would work on a bioinformatics project, but my first major project at Bradley was working on the tetrahymena genome wiki as a graduate assistant with Dr. Steven Dolins. After that I worked on the Botanical Information and Ecology Network and the Center for Tropical Forest Science projects with scientists and learned how computer science is being applied to improve botanical research. Two productive years at Bradley, as a graduate student, helped me personally and professionally.

Personal:
I have always been enticed by technology. I believe that tech-fascination comes naturally to me. Eager to learn more about advancements in computer science, I chose Bradley University (or, I guess, Bradley chose me) to pursue my Master of Science degree. Bradley was a great school to learn about CS and also a school that gave me an opportunity to learn a lot about myself. I am also really passionate about having fun, and I mean lots of fun. Above all, I got great mentorship and earned some lifelong friendships at Bradley.