Christopher Rodriguez

Originally from a New Jersey suburb just outside of New York City, Chris received his BS in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University in 2000. Six months before he graduated, Chris received a job offer from the Theater Missile Systems Engineering Group of Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab. His work entailed creating simulations for Ballistic Missile Defense applications as well as verifying and validating simulation performance. While perhaps not as dangerous as it may sound, Chris found it amusing to say he was a rocket scientist at parties and technically he was. While the job was interesting, Chris decided to get back to his passion of Computer Graphics and entertainment media. As it happened, his alma mater offered the best program in this field and Chris was delighted to be a part of inaugural class of the Entertainment Technology Center in Australia.



Educational History

BS in Computer Science Carnegie Mellon
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