Peter Dulworth
Rice 2020 Math & Computer Science -
6330 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77005
(832) 567-5653


BreviTest Technologies LLC. — Intern

Summer 2014, 15, 16
Interned at BreviTest Technologies LLC., a company that is developing a rapid, point-of-care device which accurately automates enzyme immunoassays. My role has been to work on the back-end (using the JavaScript MEAN stack) of a website which connects the device to both the users and the company.

Rice University Department of CS — Research Assisant

Summer 2017 - Present
Worked with Dr. Luay Nakhleh and Ph.D. student Ryan Elworth on visualizing evolutionary diversity across genomes as a part of the RUDSSP (Rice University Data Science Summer Program). The project resulted in a python application ALPHA: a toolkit for automated local phylogenomic analyses, that provides an intuitive user interface for phylogenetic analyses and data visualization. It has four distinct modes that are useful for different types of phylogenetic analysis: RAxML, File Converter, MS Comparison, and D-Statistic.

Rice University COMP 182— Teaching Assisant

Spring 2018
Responsibilitiles include: grading, weekly office hours, and assisting students with weekly in class problem solving sessions.


Rice University — Math B.A. & Computer Science B.S.
August 2016 - May 2020

University of St. Thomas
August 2012 - May 2016


Hidden Markov Model POS Tagging

Developed a hidden Markov model approach to an important problem in the area of Natural Language Processing (NLP), namely the Part-of-speech (POS) Tagging problem.

Research Symposium

Developed and presented an original constructional proof of the following: Considering all possible shapes of simple closed curves with a fixed perimeter, a circle maximizes the area enclosed by the curve.


Languages: JavaScript, Python, Java, C, C++, HTML, CSS, PHP.

Autodesk Inventor, SolidWorkds, OpenSCAD


Math & Science:
Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, Real Analysis, Modern Geometry, Honors Linear Algebra, Number Theory, University Physics I, University Physics II.

Computer Science:
140 Computational Thinking, 320 Fundamentals of Computer Engineering, 182 Algorithmic Thinking, 215 Introduction to Program Design, 321 Introduction to Computer Systems, 322 Fundamentals of Parallel Programming, 390 Computer Science Projects, 496 Cross Training in Data Science.


VEX Robotics Math Finalist
Second place in the math division at the 2016 VEX Robotics World Championships. Ranked #1 in robot efficiency out of over 14,000 teams.

VEX Robotics World Championship Runner Up
Second place out of over 12,000 teams at the 2013 VEX Robotics World Championships.