My primary research interests are in the areas of distributed and parallel computing, systems programming, and web services with applications in scientific and cloud computing. To pursue these interests, I collaborate with undergraduate students on various research projects and publish open source software.

Recent Publications

  1. Chris Johnson and Peter Bui. Blocks In, Blocks Out: A Language for 3D Models. Blocks and Beyond (BLOCKS2015). Atlanta, GA. October, 2015.
  2. Grant Wuerker and Peter Bui. Obelisk: Summoning Minions on a HPC Cluster . Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium (MICS2015). Grand Forks, ND. April, 2015.
  3. Lucas Novoa, Charles Volzka, and Peter Bui. WIDLE: A Web Based Linux Interface. Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium (MICS2015). Grand Forks, ND. April, 2015. Awarded Second Place.
  4. Robert Fisher, John Fisher, and Peter Bui. Dark Nebula: Using the Cloud to Build a RESTful Web Service. Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium (MICS2014). Verona, WI. April, 2014. Awarded Third Place.
  5. John Rankin, Travis Boettcher, and Peter Bui. A Web Portal For An Animation Render Farm. Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium (MICS2014). Verona, WI. April, 2014.

Recent Presentations

  1. Peter Bui. Python Bootcamp. Workshop. Computing Research Experiences for Teachers (NDRET2019). Notre Dame, IN. July, 2019.
  2. Aaron Dingler and Peter Bui. Using WorkQueue to Teach Distributed Computing. Tutorial. Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges - Northwestern Conference (CCSCNW2018). Bothell, Washington. October, 2018.
  3. Peter Bui. Slacking and Hacking: A Life Inspired by Computer Science. Invited Talk. Society of Women Engineers - Saint Mary's College (SMCSWE2017). Notre Dame, IN. October, 2017.
  4. Peter Bui. Python Bootcamp. Workshop. Computing Research Experiences for Teachers (NDRET2017). Notre Dame, IN. July, 2017.
  5. Aaron Dingler and Peter Bui. Teaching Distributed Computing with WorkQueue. Workshop. Special Interest Group - Computer Science Education (SIGCSE2017). Seattle, WA. March, 2017.