Augustine “Jim” Bertagnolli is a mathematician, computer scientist, musician, and aspiring air quality expert.

## INTERESTS

Mathematics, music, science, health, mathematical modeling, technology, open source software, computer programming, algorithm design, website development, air quality

## EDUCATION

Auburn University at Montgomery

**Bachelor of Science, summa cum laude, Mathematics with Computer Science**

3.97 GPA

Graduated December 2013

## WORK HISTORY

**Software Developer, Epic Systems Corporation**

*February 2014 – Present*

Design and development of large-scale software packages

**Tutor, AUM Instructional Support Lab**

*January 2011 – December 2013*

Subjects tutored: Calculus I,II,III, Differential Equations, Physics I,II, Discrete Mathematics, Structured Programming I,II, etc.

**Research assistant, Auburn University at Montgomery**

*June 2012 – May 2013*

“Nanostructure-enhanced Phase Change Materials” funded by the U.S. Department of Energy;

Collaborated with advisor and fellow research assistant in simulating and visualizing phase change in nanofluids;

Wrote program in C++ using an adapted Lattice Boltzmann Method to simulate convection with phase change in nanofluids

**Instructor, AUM Math Lab**

*Jan 2011 – Aug 2012*

Managed online lab courses and carried out lab procedures as set by coordinator

## PROGRAMS / LANGUAGES

- C / C++
- UNIX / Linux
- LaTeX
- Matlab / GNU Octave
- JFLAP

- Xmgrace
- PARI/GP
- HTML
- CSS
- JavaScript

## ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND ACTIVITIES

**Dean’s List**

*Fall 2010 – Present*

**AUM Merit Scholarship**

*2010 – 2013*

**Solution to Journal Problem Published**

*Fall 2013*

Solution to Pi Mu Epsilon's Spring 2013 #1282;

Published in Pi Mu Epsilon Fall 2013, pp. 568-569

**Patterson Award – MAA Southeastern Section Conference 2013**

*Spring 2013*

Oral presentation “From ‘Final 3’ to ‘Final *n*’: Popular Card Trick Explained and Generalized for Any Size Deck”

**Outstanding Student in Mathematics, AUM**

*2012/2013*

One recipient per department per academic year

**3rd Place, AUM Undergraduate Research Symposium**

*Spring 2013*

Oral presentation “The Stick Problem”

**Member of the EPSCoR Cyberinfrastructure Student Engagement Program**

*2011 – 2013*

Attended biweekly training webinars on cyberinfrastructure and supercomputing;

Expenses paid trip to SC12, the international conference for high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis, Salt Lake City, UT

**President – AUM Math Club**

*Fall 2011 – Spring 2013*

Coordinated all math club activities, increased attendance by at least 100% with new events (Game Night, faculty talks, etc.)

**MAA Southeastern Section Conference 2011, 2012, 2013**

*2011 – 2013*

Participated as member and leader of AUM's Math Jeopardy team 2011 – 2013;

Attended mathematics talks on various topics

**Honorable Mention, AUM Undergraduate Research Symposium**

*Spring 2012*

Presentation of poster / paper “*n*-Space Displacement of an *n*-Dimensional Sphere”

## COMMUNITY SERVICE

**Hour of Code – Facilitator, Wetumpka High School**

*December 2013*

Guided 5 classes (approximately 100 students) at local high school through an Hour of Code, an international effort supported by names such as Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates featuring free tutorials to introduce computer science to students grades K-12

**Linux InstallFest – AUM**

*Fall 2013*

Designed, implemented, and volunteered for campus-wide Linux InstallFest hosted by AUM Math Club;

Five hours of helping fellow students and faculty to install Linux on their own computers

**Volunteer Tutoring – Midterm Madness, AUM**

*Fall 2013*

Seven hours of free tutoring to AUM students campus-wide

**Instructor – Fraction Workshop, AUM**

*Spring 2013*

Designed, implemented, and participated in free campus-wide Fraction Workshop for struggling students