Erik LinsteadErik Linstead is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science in Chapman’s School of Computational Sciences. His general research areas include artificial intelligence, machine learning, and information retrieval, which he likes to apply to problems in software engineering and biomedical informatics. Erik holds a B.S. from Chapman, a M.S. from Stanford, and a Ph.D. from UC Irvine, all in computer science, and is a senior member of the ACM and IEEE. Outside of work Erik enjoys spending time with his family, golf, and working on Porsches.

Graduate Students

Rene GermanRene German has been teaching as an Adjunct Professor the last 3 years but brings to the table nearly a decade of Software Engineering experience in which he shares with his students and associates. Rene has a B.S. in Computer Science and a projected (2015) M.S. in Computational Science from Chapman University.

Coterminal Students

Ryan BurnsRyan Burns is a 4th year Computer Science major/Mathematics minor, concurrently pursuing a Master’s of Science in Computational Sciences with an emphasis in Computational Biology and Biotechnology. He currently works as a Software Engineer at devIO Inc. and was a key player in the development of the foundation of the original AMP Android app. In his spare time, he enjoys bike rides, golfing and playing music
Kendall HolmesKendall Holmes grew up in Newport, RI, and graduated from Middletown High School. He is currently attending Chapman University and pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science and a M.S. in Computational Sciences for Biotechnology and Bioinformatics. Kendall works as a supplemental instructor for Physics 101. During the initial stage of the Autism Management Platform project, he worked as process lead and is now working as a software developer.
David TylerDavid Tyler is concurrently completing a three-year B.S. program in Computer Science and a M.S. in Computational Sciences, both at Chapman University. Over the last eight years, he has been developing software across a variety of platforms, and currently works as a Software Engineer for a startup company. A key developer for AMP, David has been overseeing the central API and systems coordination, and also manages the behind-the-scenes technology that power the platform.
Kendall HolmesAnthony Young is a current undergraduate senior Computer Science major and is in the Masters program in Computational Science. He is employed as a Software Engineer at devIO in Costa Mesa. He enjoys programming and figuring out problems.

Undergraduate Students

Alan LittenekerAlan Litteneker graduated from Chapman University in May with degrees in computer science and film production, where he served as the development lead on the original Autism Management Platform application. Since graduation, Alan has been working as a software developer in Orange County.
Duy NguyenDuy Nguyen is a 4th year Computer Information System major/Business Administration minor. He’s currently working for Absolute Exhibits as a Developer/IT & Marketing Assistant and is contributing his web development skills to the AMP project. Duy loves manual typewriters, Polaroid cameras and vinyl records and can also talk to you for hours about different subcultures.
Aneesha PrakashAneesha Prakash is a 3rd year Computer Science and Computer Information Systems major and is excited to have recently joined the AMP project team. Her previous project experience include developing android applications as a Systems/IT intern at State Farm, business and technology consulting, and SWE Team Tech, where she helped design a SWE national award winning After-treatment System for Cummins.
Mirabel RiceMirabel Rice, an Oregon native, is a 2nd year Computer Science major/Math minor at Chapman University. In her spare time, Mirabel enjoys traveling, classical piano, and competitive Irish dance.

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