Davis King
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Ph. D. candidate, Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Computing,  Fall 1998-2003.
Research Area: 3D compression for networked 3D graphics
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Certificate in Quantitative Finance, Carnegie Mellon, 2005.
Courses include: Stochastic Calculus, Numerical Methods, Term Structure Models

M.S., Computer Science, Georgia Institute of Technology, June 1999.
Courses taken: networking, systems, human-computer interaction, optimization, algorithms, computer vision, databases, programming languages

A.B., magna cum laude, Princeton University, 1994.
Major: Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Minor: Applied and Computational Mathematics
Thesis: The Effect of Environmental Costs on International Trade

Intel Fellowship, 2000.
Prize for the best thesis in political economy, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton, 1994.
National Advanced Placement Scholar; National Merit Scholar; Tandy Technology Scholar; 1990.

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Other Experience: Fleet Captain, Georgia Tech Sailing Club, 1998-2001; Assistant Head Counselor, Camp Sea Gull, 1994; Editor-in-Chief, Student Course Guide, Princeton, 1992. Intern, U.S. Senate, Summer 1992.

Programming in C++ (expert, 8+ years), perl, C, OpenGL, Inventor, and other languages. Experience in applying statistical and economic analysis and in implementing algorithms for optimization, computer vision, and 3D modeling.

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