I am no longer a professer in the Computer Science Department and currently work for Susquehanna International Group SIG . As an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Virginia, I was proud to be co-founder of two University research groups: Computer Graphics and the Modeling and Simulation Technology Research Initiative. My funding supported five of the approximately 20 students actively conducting research in these two research groups. In my research, I use machine learning and simulation to develop multiagent human behavior models for graphical environments (and at SIG, human behavior in financial markets). I also pursue simulation more broadly by researching multiresolution methodologies and metamodeling for simulation abstraction and semi-automated reuse. My teaching experience includes introductory and advanced courses covering computer graphics, animation, and artificial intelligence.