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|:|               Greetings, programs!                           |:.|
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| home         |  My name is Peter A. H. Peterson, and I am a    |:.| 
'------------. |  Computer Scientist researching systems         |.:|
.------------' |  security and efficiency, as well as CS         |:.|      
| cv           |  education. I was a PhD student at UCLA in the  |.:|      
| .------------'  LASR lab under Dr. Peter Reiher. I am now an   |:.|      
| '------------.  Assistant Professor of Computer Science at     |.:|      
| publications |  the University of Minnesota Duluth. My         |:.|      
'------------. |  Homepage at UMD is much more current; this     |.:|      
.------------' |  site should be considered "legacy" for now.    |:.|      
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| interests    |  Current work:                                  |:.|      
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.------------' |  I'm currently working on security education    |:.|      
| blog         |  exercises with folks at USC's Information      |.:|      
| .------------'  Sciences Institute. We're working on           |:.|      
| '------------.  exercises (including small-scoped Capture the  |.:|      
| reading      |  Flag events) based on the free-to-use DETER    |:.|      
'------------. |  Testbed. I'm also working on papers based on   |.:|      
.------------' |  my dissertation, which focuses on judicious    |:.|      
| quotes       |  use of compression in the service of saving    |.:|      
| .------------'  computer resources such as processor time,     |:.|      
| '------------.  space, and even energy.                        |.:|      
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|              |  My other recent work includes power            |.:|      
|''''''''''''''|  measurement, green computing, and Computer     |:.|      
| 001010101101 |  Science education. In particular, at UCLA I    |.:|      
| 011011011001 |  worked quite a bit with Dr. William Kaiser in  |:.|      
| 010011011011 |  the EE department at UCLA on courses and       |.:|      
| 110011010111 |  projects using the Intel Atom LEAP, a power    |:.|      
| 100100001100 |  measurement platform delivering                |.:|      
| 101001100111 |  high-granularity, component-level power data.  |:.|      
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