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authorAustin Adams <git@austinjadams.com>2021-08-30 00:19:48 -0400
committerAustin Adams <git@austinjadams.com>2021-09-22 02:04:47 -0400
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Add beginnings of a list of publications
-rw-r--r--config.toml3
-rw-r--r--content/about.md11
-rw-r--r--content/work.md (renamed from content/projects.md)30
-rw-r--r--layouts/partials/layout.html4
4 files changed, 29 insertions, 19 deletions
diff --git a/config.toml b/config.toml
index 11115b7..3564601 100644
--- a/config.toml
+++ b/config.toml
@@ -8,8 +8,9 @@ disableSitemap = true
[params]
homeurl = "/"
-tagline = "CS grad student and at-risk youth"
+tagline = "computer science grad student"
description = "Austin Adams's personal website and blog"
+email = "aja@gatech.edu"
[markup.goldmark.renderer]
unsafe=true
diff --git a/content/about.md b/content/about.md
index a64686c..0390079 100644
--- a/content/about.md
+++ b/content/about.md
@@ -21,9 +21,10 @@ img {
![A photo of me][i1]
-Hi, I'm Austin Adams, a PhD student at the [Georgia Institute of
+Hi, I'm Austin Adams, a graduate student at the [Georgia Institute of
Technology][1] studying quantum computing from a computer architecture
-perspective. My advisor is [Tom Conte][11].
+perspective. My advisor is [Tom Conte][11], and you can find my
+publications [listed here][5].
I graduated from Georgia Tech in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in
Computer Science. Previously, I had attended [Kennesaw State
@@ -39,14 +40,14 @@ Here's some [praise from student evaluations][9].
After graduation, I worked for [Amazon][10] in Seattle, Washington, for
a little under 2 years on a great team who maintained bulk product
-uploads to Vendor Central. I haven't worked on programming projects much
-lately, but you can see some of my past projects on my [projects
+uploads to Vendor Central. I haven't worked on programming projects too
+much lately, but you can see some of my past projects on my [projects
page][5].
[1]: http://gatech.edu/
[3]: http://kennesaw.edu/
[4]: https://dep.kennesaw.edu/
-[5]: {{< ref "projects.md" >}}
+[5]: {{< ref "work.md" >}}
[6]: https://github.com/ausbin/circuitsim-grader-template
[8]: {{< ref "blog/autograding-gba-dma.md" >}}
[9]: {{< ref "praise.md" >}}
diff --git a/content/projects.md b/content/work.md
index 4b15f55..ee875d0 100644
--- a/content/projects.md
+++ b/content/work.md
@@ -2,21 +2,27 @@
type = "info"
date = "2017-02-21T14:14:38-05:00"
draft = false
-title = "Projects"
-description = "My personal projects"
+title = "My Work"
+description = "Listing of my humble projects and publications"
+++
-You can check my [github][1] or [cgit][2] for a complete list of my free
-software projects, but here are the highlights:
+My humble list of publications:
-1. [zucchini][p0]: An extensible Python autograding framework used in CS
+1. Austin Adams, Pulkit Gupta, Blaise Tine, and Hyesoon Kim.
+ "[Cryptography Acceleration in a RISC-V GPGPU][pub0]." [_Fifth
+ Workshop on Computer Architecture Research with RISC-V (Co-located
+ with ISCA 2021)_][pub0venue]. June 2021.
+
+I have also written some free software projects. You can check my
+[github][1] for a complete list, but here are the highlights:
+
+1. [nsdo][p1]: A simple C program for running particular applications in [Linux
+ network namespaces][3]. With some system configuration described in
+ [the README][4], you can use it to run particular applications in VPNs.
+2. [zucchini][p0]: An extensible Python autograding framework used in CS
2110\. Connects with the [Canvas][13] API to auto-upload grades and
grade logs, and can auto-generate autograder .zips for [Gradescope
Cloud Autograding][15].
-2. [nsdo][p1]: A simple C program for running particular applications in [Linux
- network namespaces][3]. With some system configuration I've described in
- blog posts ([OpenVPN][4], [Cisco AnyConnect][5]), you can use it to run
- particular applications in VPNs.
3. [novice][p2]: A work-in-progress assembler written in
[TypeScript][14] which hopes to bring the convenience of the current
tools used in CS 2110 for teaching assembly language to platforms
@@ -33,8 +39,7 @@ software projects, but here are the highlights:
[1]: https://github.com/ausbin/
[2]: https://code.austinjadams.com/
[3]: https://lwn.net/Articles/580893/
-[4]: {{< ref "blog/running-select-applications-through-openvpn.md" >}}
-[5]: {{< ref "blog/running-select-applications-through-anyconnect.md" >}}
+[4]: https://github.com/ausbin/nsdo#readme
[6]: https://golang.org/
[7]: https://git.zx2c4.com/cgit/about/
[8]: /tools
@@ -53,3 +58,6 @@ software projects, but here are the highlights:
[p4]: https://github.com/ausbin/toolbag
[p5]: https://github.com/ausbin/mccmd
[p6]: https://github.com/ausbin/webzone
+
+[pub0]: https://carrv.github.io/2021/papers/CARRV2021_paper_87_Adams.pdf
+[pub0venue]: https://carrv.github.io/2021/
diff --git a/layouts/partials/layout.html b/layouts/partials/layout.html
index 69e5f3d..addd989 100644
--- a/layouts/partials/layout.html
+++ b/layouts/partials/layout.html
@@ -43,10 +43,10 @@
<nav>
<ul id="navigation">
<li><a class="navlink" href="/blog/">blog</a></li><!--
- --><li><a class="navlink" href="/projects/">projects</a></li><!--
+ --><li><a class="navlink" href="/work/">work</a></li><!--
--><li><a class="navlink" href="/about/">about</a></li><!--
--><li><a class="navlink" href="/cv.pdf">résumé</a></li><!--
- --><li><a class="navlink" id="emailaddr" title="hi@austinjadams.com" href="mailto:hi@austinjadams.com">contact</a></li>
+ --><li><a class="navlink" id="emailaddr" title="{{ .Site.Params.email }}" href="mailto:{{ .Site.Params.email }}">contact</a></li>
</ul>
</nav>
</header>