My name is Scott Kulp, and I am a Senior Developer/Research Associate at Climate Central in Princeton, NJ. Additionally, I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Computational Biomedicine Imaging and Modeling Center (CBIM) in Rutgers University, persuing a degree in Computer Science. I received an M.S. in Computer Science from Rutgers in 2010, and I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Ursinus College with a double major in Computer Science and Mathematics.
At Climate Central, I am working in the Sea Level Rise program, where we perform highly detailed and computationally intensive analysis on the potential effects of sea level rise and storm surges on coastal communities. At Rutgers, I am working with Dimitris Metaxas to simulate blood flow through the heart. At Ursinus, I worked with April Kontostathis on Information Retrieval projects in the context of legal document retrieval. I have also completed several research internships at the Department of Defense in Fort Meade, MD. More detailed information can be seen on other pages on this site.
In Spring 2010, I worked in a small group of students on a puzzle-platformer Flash game called Pixelotl, where I focused on gameplay programming, sound and music creation, and level design. Pixelotl can be played on this site.
My other interests include studying foreign languages, woodworking, and traveling.