Matthew Fabian is a rising senior at the University of Notre Dame. He expects to graduate in May 2018 with a double major in Computer Science and Computer Engineering and a minor in Engineering Corporate Practice.
His research experience includes four semesters in Professor Sauer’s Power Systems lab. He spent the past two summers interning with the Naval Nuclear Laboratory, most recently working with the Advanced Development group for Instrumentation and Control hardware/software. During the school year, he interned remotely for tech startup Appfluence.
In his free time, Matthew enjoys ringing with the Notre Dame Handbell Choir, going camping, and watching the Fighting Irish and Buffalo Bills play football.
B.S. Computer Engineering and Computer Science, 2014-2018
University of Notre Dame
Summer courses in Physics and Psychology, 2013
University at Buffalo
Advanced Regents Degree w/ Honors, 2010-2014
St. Francis High School
A C++ program that allows two users to play chess, written for the Fundamentals of Computing final project.
The Electric Village is a tabletop model of three-phase power on Notre Dame’s campus.
A django-elm application that allows users to create a voting network within a certain range of where questions are posted.
A selection of the courses I have completed at Notre Dame:
Courses that will be completed upon graduation: