Kristi Belcher is a second year Ph.D. student in the Computer and Information Science Department at the University of Oregon. Her research interests include efficient usage of many-core architectures, especially in the context of GPU and high-performance computing. She is currently working on her Directed Research Project on utilizing Data Parallel Primitives to implement Delaunay Triangulations with vtk-m. She previously completed her B.S. at Texas State University, where she worked with Dr. Martin Burtscher as part of the Efficient Computing Laboratory. Her work at Texas State culminated in an Honors Thesis, titled "Multi-GPU Parallelization of Irregular Algorithms." Kristi was active in pursuing internships during her undergraduate experience, including internships at Apple, Qualcomm, and ExxonMobil.
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