Biography: Nicholas John Paul Dzugan

Nick Dzugan attended Samford University (SU) to study Computer Science. During that time, he was selected to participate in different research projects. One such project entailed utilizing point clouds generated by multiple Microsoft Kinects to capture activities in an attempt to study family interactions while maintaining anonymity. He also contributed to the Randomness and Divine Providence Project of Samford University, which is a scientific study investigating the role of constrained randomness in simulations of the evolution of neural architectures.


After receiving his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science, Nick joined The University of Alabama at Birmingham and is working toward a Master’s degree and his doctorate. His current research interests include memory management and implementations of the skiplist algorithm.