Scott Kulp serves as Senior Developer and Research Associate for Climate Central's Program on Sea Level Rise. He is currently focused on the development of Climate Central's Surging Seas 2.0 Analysis System and Risk Finder web toolkit. Scott holds an M.S. and is finishing a Ph.D. in Computer Science at Rutgers University, and holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Ursinus College. At Rutgers, he has published several papers on the topic of 3D blood flow simulations through heart models generated from high resolution patient-specific CT images.
Previously, he has worked for the U.S. Department of Defense on several research projects, such as the simulation of iris tissue deformation for the purposes of biometric recognition, GPU-accelerated neural networks, and topic identification of conversational telephone speech. He can also conversationally speak and read Mandarin Chinese, having been studying the language for over three years.