Marion Baumli Sudvarg

PhD Student — Computer Science — Washington University in St. Louis

msudvarg [at] wustl [dot] edu

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

About

I am a PhD student studying computer science at Washington University in St. Louis, advised by Christopher Gill. I earned bachelor’s degrees in math and physics, and a master’s degree in computer science with an emphasis on data mining and machine learning, all from Wash U.

My research interests are in developing robust, adaptable, and secure real-time computing systems, and I work with the ADAPT collaboration to develop real-time data analysis algorithms and systems for multi-messenger astronomy. I additionally enjoy teaching, and I have taught Wash U’s advanced undergraduate Operating Systems Organization and graduate-level Advanced Operating Systems courses. I led a significant restructuring of content for both courses, and developed the majority of material and assignments now used in Advanced Operating Systems.

Publications

M. Sudvarg and C. Gill. A Concurrency Framework for Priority-Aware Intercomponent Requests in CAmkES on seL4. The 28th IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications (RTCSA), August 2022. (accepted, to appear)

M. Sudvarg, J. Buhler, R. Chamberlain, C. Gill, and J. Buckley. Work in Progress: Real-Time GRB Localization for the Advanced Particle-astrophysics Telescope. 16th annual workshop on Operating Systems Platforms for Embedded Real-Time Applications (OSPERT), July 2022. (accepted, to appear) [ paper ]

M. Sudvarg and C. Gill. Analysis of Federated Scheduling for Integer-Valued Workloads. International Conference on Real-Time Networks and Systems (RTNS), June 2022. [ paper | slides ]

Jacob Wheelock, William Kanu, Marion Sudvarg, Zhili Xiao, Jeremy D. Buhler, Roger D. Chamberlain, and James H. Buckley. Supporting multi-messenger astrophysics with fast gamma-ray burst localization. In Proc. of IEEE/ACM HPC for Urgent Decision Making Workshop (UrgentHPC), November 2021. [ paper ]

Marion Sudvarg, Jacob Wheelock, Jeremy D. Buhler, James H. Buckley, and Wenlei Chen. Parallel GRB source localization pipelines for the advanced particle-astrophysics telescope. In Proc. of IEEE/ACM International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis (SC), November 2021. [ extended abstract | poster ]

M. Sudvarg, S. Baruah, and C. Gill. Linear-Time Admission Control for Elastic Scheduling, Real-Time Systems, Springer, July 2021. [ paper ]
Presented at RTSS as Work-already-Published [ extended abstract | slides | video ]

Marion Sudvarg, Jeremy Buhler, James H. Buckley, Wenlei Chen, Zachary Hughes, Emily Ramey, Michael L. Cherry, Samer Alnussirat, Ryan Larm, Christofer Chungata, Corrado Altomare, Richard G. Bose, Dana L Braun, Eric Burns, Roger D. Chamberlain, Leonardo Di Venere, Jeffrey Dumonthier, Manel Errando, Stefan Funk, Francesco Giordano, Jonah Hoffman, Dawson J. Huth, Patrick L. Kelly, John F. Krizmanic, Makiko Kuwahara, Francesco Licciulli, Gang Liu, Mario Nicola Mazziotta, John Grant Mitchell, John W. Mitchell, Georgia A. de Nolfo, Riccardo Paoletti, Roberta Pillera, Brian Flint Rauch, Davide Serini, Garry E Simburger, George Suarez, Teresa Tatoli, Gary S. Varner, Eric A. Wulf, Adrian Zink, and Wolfgang V. Zober. A Fast GRB Source Localization Pipeline for the Advanced Particle-astrophysics Telescope. In Proc. of 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference – PoS(ICRC2021), volume 395, pages 588:1–588:9, July 2021. [ paper | poster | slides | video | executive summary ]

James Buckley, Samer Alnussirat, Corrado Altomare, Richard G. Bose, Dana L Braun, James H. Buckley, Jeremy Buhler, Eric Burns, Roger D. Chamberlain, Wenlei Chen, Michael L. Cherry, Leonardo Di Venere, Jeffrey Dumonthier, Manel Errando, Stefan Funk, Francesco Giordano, Jonah Hoffman, Zachary Hughes, Dawson J. Huth, Patrick L. Kelly, John F. Krizmanic, Makiko Kuwahara, Francesco Licciulli, Gang Liu, Mario Nicola Mazziotta, John Grant Mitchell, John W. Mitchell, Georgia A. de Nolfo, Riccardo Paoletti, Roberta Pillera, Brian Flint Rauch, Davide Serini, Garry E Simburger, Marion Sudvarg, George Suarez, Teresa Tatoli, Gary S. Varner, Eric A. Wulf, Adrian Zink, and Wolfgang V. Zober. The Advanced Particle-astrophysics Telescope (APT) Project Status. In Proc. of 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference – PoS(ICRC2021), volume 395, pages 655:1–655:9, July 2021. [ paper ]

Wenlei Chen, James H. Buckley, Samer Alnussirat, Corrado Altomare, Richard G. Bose, Dana L Braun, Jeremy Buhler, Eric Burns, Roger D. Chamberlain, Michael L. Cherry, Leonardo Di Venere, Jeffrey Dumonthier, Manel Errando, Stefan Funk, Francesco Giordano, Jonah Hoffman, Zachary Hughes, Dawson J. Huth, Patrick L. Kelly, John F. Krizmanic, Makiko Kuwahara, Francesco Licciulli, Gang Liu, Mario Nicola Mazziotta, John Grant Mitchell, John W. Mitchell, Georgia A. de Nolfo, Riccardo Paoletti, Roberta Pillera, Brian Flint Rauch, Davide Serini, Garry E Simburger, Marion Sudvarg, George Suarez, Teresa Tatoli, Gary S. Varner, Eric A. Wulf, Adrian Zink, and Wolfgang V. Zober. The Advanced Particle-astrophysics Telescope: Simulation of the Instrument Performance for Gamma-Ray Detection. In Proc. of 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference – PoS(ICRC2021), volume 395, pages 590:1–590:9, July 2021. [ paper ]

Zachary Hughes, Samer Alnussirat, Corrado Altomare, Richard G. Bose, Dana L Braun, James H. Buckley, Jeremy Buhler, Eric Burns, Roger D. Chamberlain, Wenlei Chen, Michael L. Cherry, Leonardo Di Venere, Jeffrey Dumonthier, Manel Errando, Stefan Funk, Francesco Giordano, Jonah Hoffman, Dawson J. Huth, Patrick L. Kelly, John F. Krizmanic, Makiko Kuwahara, Francesco Licciulli, Gang Liu, Mario Nicola Mazziotta, John Grant Mitchell, John W. Mitchell, Georgia A. de Nolfo, Riccardo Paoletti, Roberta Pillera, Brian Flint Rauch, Davide Serini, Garry E Simburger, Marion Sudvarg, George Suarez, Teresa Tatoli, Gary S. Varner, Eric A. Wulf, Adrian Zink, and Wolfgang V. Zober. Characterization of a prototype imaging calorimeter for the Advanced Particle-astrophysics Telescope from an Antarctic balloon flight and CERN beam test. In Proc. of 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference – PoS(ICRC2021), volume 395, pages 137:1–137:9, July 2021. [ paper ]

Teaching

Washington University in St. Louis

CSE 522S: Advanced Operating Systems, Spring 2022
Currently co-instructing the graduate level operating systems course that follows CSE 422S. Led an effort to change the focus and scope of the course. Developing new lecture materials and assignments accordingly as the semester progresses.

CSE 422S: Operating Systems Organization, Fall 2021
Taught the class for one week when the primary instructor was absent.

CSE 422S: Operating Systems Organization, Spring 2021
Performed further refinement of the syllabus, following observations from the previous semester and semester-end student course evaluations. Also assisted with grading final projects.

CSE 422S: Operating Systems Organization, Fall 2020
Co-instructed the advanced-undergraduate operating systems course at Washington University in St. Louis, and led a significant restructuring of course content, under the supervision of Professor Chris Gill. Refined content is still being used in the current syllabus.

Consulting

I founded Sudvarg Digital Solutions to provide technology consulting services to individuals and small and medium-sized businesses in the Saint Louis area.

 

Services

Areas of service include, but are not limited to:

  • Web development
  • Embedded and real-time systems software, middleware, and OS kernel development
  • Execution time optimization through parallel computation and hardware accelerators
  • Scientific computing and MATLAB development
  • Machine learning and data mining
  • In addition to my experience in these areas, I have several colleagues in the Computer Science and Computer Engineering PhD programs at Washington University in St. Louis who can provide their expertise as well. Please contact us for details.

     

Work for Us

We are currently seeking an experienced Wordpress developer, or web developer with HTML, CSS, PHP, JavaScript, and MySQL experience, to help with the completion of two projects. Applicants should contact us with CV outlining relevant educational experience (including any computer science or web development classes taken) and work experience (including a portfolio of web design and development projects).

 

Peace Economy Project

Projects

After a recent website redesign, my portfolio is still a work in progress. Several new projects will be added soon. Please contact me for more details!

Contact Marion

msudvarg [at] wustl [dot] edu