Garrett graduated with M.S. degree in Spring 2018, and worked with CDUX during his entire M.S. studies. Prior to becoming an M.S. student, Garrett worked with CDUX first as a B.S. student and then as a staff researcher after graduation. Garrett's interests include scientific computing and visualization. His research projects while in CDUX focused on parallelized raytracing as part of the GraviT project and on maximizing performance on the Intel Xeon Phi. Both projects involve the VisIt visualization tool. He also produced a thesis, titled "On the Performance of Line Integral Convolution in a Distributed-Memory Parallel Setting."