Dr. Trevor Cickovski received his Ph.D. from the University of Notre Dame in 2008. He currently works at Florida International University as an Instructor primarily of hardware courses, and also a member of the Bioinformatics Research Group (BioRG).Before coming to FIU, Trevor served on the Faculty
Before coming to FIU, Trevor served on the Faculty at Eckerd College and was Discipline Coordinator of Computer Science from 2012 to 2015. At Eckerd he instructed a wide range of computer science courses at the undergraduate level plus some cross-disciplinary courses in the liberal arts. As a graduate instructor at Notre Dame, Trevor received the Kaneb Award for Excellence in Teaching.Trevor’s research interests include high-performance
Trevor’s research interests include high-performance GPU computing and its application to bioinformatics. He was a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University in 2012 for his work with molecular dynamics, which includes publications in the Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, Molecular Biology of the Cell, and the Journal of Computational Chemistry. He is currently studying connections between social network theory and the microbiome, and also methods for bringing GPU computing to the classroom. His previous institution, Eckerd College, was awarded as a GPU Education Center by NVIDIA in 2013.