Kevin-Lundeen

Kevin Lundeen, MS

Kevin Lundeen is on the computer science faculty in the College of Science and Engineering. He teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in programming using Python, Java, and C++; data structures and algorithms; database internals; and parallel programming. He was a Managing Director at Goldman Sachs in New York, where he was a principal architect and developer of the core trading, risk management, and modeling environment there (SecDb) including development of the proprietary programming language (Slang), high-accessibility distributed database technologies, and graph-based parallel and distributed computing. He served on the FPML Standards Committee and was a principal in other finance industry initiatives. He has taught computer science and other subjects for over a decade and was a founder of Instituto Cervantes, an adult-education initiative in Montevideo, Uruguay. He currently consults in the finance and medical industries.

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