Starkville Class 2018-2019
Meet the Instructor
Andrew S. Stamps – Coding Instructor
Andrew S. Stamps a computer scientist specializing in graphics and visualization. The first of his family to attend and complete college, he has two degrees in computer science, a B.S. from Dillard University with minors in fine arts and mathematics, and an M.S. from Mississippi State University (MSU).
Stamps is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in computer science from MSU. As a lifelong learner, Mr. Stamps has also received research grants from NASA, the MSU Bagley College of Engineering, and Microsoft.
Stamps has work published in IEEE Vis conference proceedings, and the NASA Space Grant Consortium conference. He served as a IEEE Vis conference chair from 2011-2014. Stamps has also worked as a software developer at Georgia Pacific, as a lead developer as Spatial Information Solutions, and as a team leader at IBM.
Additionally, Stamps performed research at the High Performance Computing division of Oak Ridge National Laboratory via Oak Ridge Associated Universities, and has taught programming courses at the Mississippi School for Math and Science and at MSU.