- Numerical, statistical, and streaming algorithms for analyzing modern massive datasets.

Ph.D Computational Science and Engineering 2012 - 2016**Georgia Institute of Technology**(Atlanta, GA)- Adviser: Professor David A. Bader
- Title: Graph Analysis Combining Numerical, Statistical, and Streaming Techniques
- Qualifier: Computational Data Analysis and High Performance Computing passed Oct. 2013

**University of Florida**(Gainesville, Florida)B.S. Mathematics 2009 - 2012

- GPA 3.94/4.0
- Summa cum laude
- Thesis:
*A Ramsey Theorem for Indecomposable Matchings*Abstract

**Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)**(Atlanta, GA)Research Engineer II, May 2016 - Present

- Develop high performance data analysis software
- Work on applications including
*healthcare*,*internet of things*, and*smart cities*applications.

**Ionic Security**(Atlanta, GA)Data Scientist, Summer 2015

- Developed data analytics software
- Designed a service oriented architecture for near real time analysis.
- Leveraged time series and network database technologies.

**Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory**(Livermore, CA)Institute for Scientific Computing Research Intern, Summer 2014

- Studied relationship between numerical accuracy of eigensolvers and solution quality of mincut graph partitioning.
- Developed very fast approximate eigensolvers for large graphs.
- Applied probabilistic reasoning to describe numerical computations.
- Presented results at LLNL poster session.

**Georgia Institute of Technology**(Atlanta, GA)Graduate Research Assistant, 2012 - Present

- Applied Mathematics
- Data Analysis
- Large Graph Analysis
- High Performance Computing

**CNL Software**(Indianapolis, IN)Software Engineering Intern, Summer 2011

- Developed a program to analyze geo-location data for physical security of a building, and present real time data to management.
- C#/.Net Development

- Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
- J.P. Fairbanks, D. A. Bader, and G. D. Sanders Graph Partitioning with Spectral Blends, Oxford Journal of Complex Networks, Jan 2017
- J.P. Fairbanks, R. Kannan, H. Park, D. A. Bader, Behavioral Clusters in Dynamic Graphs, Parallel Computing Special Issue of Scientific Graph Analysis 2015
- J.P. Fairbanks,
*A Ramsey Theorem for Indecomposable Matchings*, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, Vol 18(1) Dec 2011.

- Conference Publications
- A. Zakrzewska, E. Nathan, J P. Fairbanks, D. A. Bader
*A local measure of community change in dynamic graphs*. ASONAM 2016: 349-353 - J.P. Fairbanks, A. Zakrzewska, D.A. Bader
*Novel Stopping Criteria for Spectral Partitioning*SIAM Network Science July 2016 - Poster at SIAM Computational Science and Engineering
*Discovering Block Structure with Approximate Eigenvectors*Mar 2015 - J.P. Fairbanks, D. Ediger, R. McColl, D.A. Bader, E. Gilbert,
*A Statistical Framework for Analyzing Streaming Graphs*, IEEE/ACM ASONAM 2013, Aug 2013. - Poster at Graph Theory at Georgia Tech (GT@GT) May 7-11 2012

- A. Zakrzewska, E. Nathan, J P. Fairbanks, D. A. Bader

- Georgia Tech Professional Education
- Big Data Analytics with J. Poovey, D. Ediger, and M. Rost. Fall 2016

- Teaching Assistant at Georgia Tech
- CSE 6643 Numerical Linear Algebra under Prof. Haesun Park, Spring 2016
- CSE 6220 High Performance Computing under Prof. Srinivas Aluru, Spring 2014

Honors Awards and Fellowships

- National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow 2013 - 2016
- Presidential Fellowship for Graduate Study at Georgia Tech 2012 - 2016
- University Scholar at the University of Florida 2011 - 2012
- Kermit Sigmon Scholarship
*for service to the mathematical community*2012 - Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society, Georgia Tech Chapter 2015 - Present
- Phi Beta Kappa, University of Florida Chapter 2012

- Leadership and Service
- Georgia Tech College of Computing Graduate Student Association VP for the School of CSE, 2015-Present
- Pi Mu Epsilon Chapter President, 2011-2012
- I organized a series of talks for the mathematics students at UF on diverse mathematical topics and skills like LaTeX, programming and technical communication in the field.

- Eagle Scout, 2009-Life

- Skills
- Programming languages (most familiar to least) Julia, Golang, Python, C, Bash, Matlab, C#/Java
- Computational Data Analysis (using pandas and pylab and Jupyter Notebook)
- Familiar with
`*NIX`

command line, LaTeX - Avid Linux User