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(December 2002)

Resume - Cris Pedregal Martin


Strong background in Information Technology fundamentals and infrastructure.

Proven communication, interpersonal and scholarly skills.




PhD Computer Science University of Massachusetts, 2002 Amherst, Mass.

MS Computer Science University of Massachusetts, 1994 Amherst, Mass.

Licenciado Informática ESLAI (Argentina), 1988 Luján, AR




2002-present University of New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M.

  • Investigated recovery in novel applications and platforms; systems tradeoffs in novel architectures, and dependable IT infrastructure.
  • Taught core CS courses and supervised udergraduate and graduate students.

1994-2001 University of Massachusetts Amherst, Mass.

  • Investigated foundations of transactional recovery, from databases to mobile to electronic commerce systems; research was central to multi-year $300K NSF grant.
  • Designed and supervised development and deployment of database-backed web-based instructional system.
  • Assessed needs and acquired computing equipment for several research projects.
  • Investigated how to provide programming language support for real-time and for transactional functionality — in collaboration with Bell Labs.

2000 - 2001 Igen Corporation Cambridge, Mass.

  • Performed QA on data model for web-based enterprise diet & fitness service.
  • Audited and improved security of database and web server infrastructure.

1990-1994 University of Massachusetts Amherst, Mass.

  • Redesigned, ran, and lectured two introductory Computer Science classes.
  • Assisted students and supervised assistants for intro and advanced CS classes.

Summer 1994 Xerox PARC Palo Alto, Calif.

  • Worked in design and implementation of multimedia delivery and markup system.

Summer 1993 GTE Labs (now Verizon Labs) Waltham, Mass.

  • Investigated integration of advanced transactions into a distributed object manager.

1988-1989 Foreign Affairs Ministry, Argentina Buenos Aires, AR

  • Collaborated in system administration and deployment of a wide-area, mission- critical networked office workflow system with dozens of sites worldwide.

1989 University of Buenos Aires Buenos Aires, AR

  • Developed and taught graduate seminar on object-oriented concurrent languages.





Available upon request.


updated: 2002.12.01
by Cris