David Garcia is a software developer in PARC's Embedded Reasoning team, where he designs and implements software solutions for various research projects.
Prior to joining PARC, David worked at NASA Ames Research Center, where he wrote software to aid research performed by the Diagnostics and Prognostics group there, and led the development of the Diagnostic Competition Framework, a suite of software tools for evaluating and comparing diagnostic technologies. This framework was used successfully in two competitions, PHM Society's International Diagnostic Competition (DXC'09 and DXC'10).
David received his B.S. in Mathematics from Santa Clara University, and is working towards a M.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University. His hobbies include rock-climbing, scuba-diving, and writing fiction.
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Automatic generation of a floorplan by walking with a backpack-mounted 3D camera
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