Curriculum Vitae

Luciano Remes

Objective

I want to build scalable infrastructure and work on new approaches to virtualization tech as well as its security, and contribute to building better distributed systems.
Location: Salt Lake City, UT

Email: cybergenik@gmail.com

Phone: (818)-731-4070

Favorite Tech:

Languages: Python, JavaScript (ES6+), Rust, C, Go

Editors: VIM, VSCode, IntelliJ, CLion

Tools: Linux, Docker, K8s, Git, precommit, Github, SaltStack, Ansible

Professional Experience In:

Languages: Python, JavaScript (React, Angular, Express, Node), Java

Editors: VIM, IntelliJ, VSCode

Tools: Linux, Docker, K8s, Git, Cypress, precommit, GitLab (including CI), SaltStack

Education

Bachelors of Science in Computer Science - 3.8 University of Utah

2020 - May 2023

  • Research Assistant, FLUX Research Group, Artifact Evaluation Committee - Fall 2021
  • Teaching Assistant, Data Structures and Algorithms (CS 2420) - Fall 2020
  • Lassonde 400 Entrepreneurship Recipient, $3,000 merit scholarship, HackTheU Finalist

Associates of Science in Computer Science and Information Systems - 4.0 SLCC

2018 - 2020

  • Emphasis on Web Development & Linux Systems Engineering
  • President's List, Dean's List, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
  • Coding Club

Experience

Research Assisstant - FLUX Research Group

Fall 2021 - present

  • Focused research on new approaches for fuzzing Web Assembly
  • Taking part in Artifact Evaluation Council, that's being overseen by SOSP reviewing research papers submitted on the topics of Operating Systems and Security under Professor Robert Ricci

SWE Summer Analyst - Goldman Sachs

May 2021 - Aug 2021 Worked on internal deployment infrastructure:

  • Proposed and built out Data-driven RESTful API to replace existing infrastructure.
  • Architected extensible Instance level caching software for large data API
  • Built dynamically resolving and highly performant APIs for cross platform use
  • Used: MongoDB, Java, Spring, ElasticSearch, AngularJS

Teaching Assistant - University of Utah School of Computing

Jan 2021 - May 2021

  • CS 2420 Intro to Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Leading Lab sessions and Office hours
  • Helping student's understand Algorithms, Algorithmic Analysis, Data Structures, and other CS topics

Software Engineer - Blerp

Jun 2020 - Oct 2020

  • Developed Data Analytics dashboard using Python, matplot, pandas, numpy
  • Implemented Discord Sharding as well as error handling for better bot up-time
  • Implemented ElasticSearch and Atlas Search, 15% reduced average query time
  • Optimized ffmpeg soundbite manipulation, reduced runtime per audio-bite by 20%
  • Built advanced scrapping tool to reverse index and acquire existing soundbite web content to reduce time to market

Data Science Engineer Intern - University of Utah Health

Mar 2020 - Jun 2020

  • Built remote-care web app for UHealth burn patients in JS and C# ASP.NET
  • Built Data Modeling algorithm for effective patient care with Python
  • Implemented high efficiency C# API endpoints for internal facing data gathering system
  • Worked on platform agnostic applications on .Net framework with Xamarin (C# and JS)

IT Operations Analyst - BaseCamp Franchising

May 2019 - Mar 2020

  • Developed and deployed production printing software built in Java, reducing printing related tickets by an average of 31%
  • Optimized container based microservice infrastructure by architecting Docker environments and implementing docker-compose procedures.
  • Automated CI/CD Pipeline using SaltStack, Bash, and Python
  • Implemented Salt procedures to automate ticket resolution and service uptime

Notable Projects

Pointbreak - WASM Fuzzer:

  • Web Assembly fuzzer being developed in Python under the FLUX research group
  • Uses GDB for snapshot and restoration
  • Custom Mutation Engine inspired by HongFuzz

RuneMaster - Discord Bot:

  • Python, PlayWright, Sharding, Caching, Data Oriented Design
  • Featured on popular Bot website top.gg
  • Over 60+ discord servers, 400 average daily requests

KronoPI - Python Package: