Matt Nedrich

Software Consultant & Developer, Ann Arbor

Matt Nedrich

I'm a developer with a general interest in computer science and mathematics. I have experience with a variety of programming languages and areas of development, including computer architecture, computer vision, machine learning, mobile development, and general agile practices.

I have B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from The Ohio State University. While in school I worked in The Ohio State Computer Vision Laboratory where I studied computer vision and machine learning under Prof. James W. Davis

After graduating, I spent three years developing tools to characterize CPUs and SoCs at Intel, where I learned a tremendous amount about computer architecture, memory management, compilers, x86, and hardware/software debugging.

I'm thrilled to be part of the Atomic Object family, and continue to embrace a philosophy of continuous learning and self-improvement. Outside of work, I enjoy taking courses on Coursera, participating in local meet up groups, and learning about science and technology.

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