Thanks for visiting this site.  My name is Chris Szalwinski. 

I am the Programming Curriculum Coordinator and a full-time Professor in the School of Information and Communications Technology of the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering Technology at Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology in Toronto, Canada.  I teach in our BSD Applied Degree Program and our CPA/CPD Diploma Programs. 

I specialize in C, C++, CUDA, and parallel programming.  This fall, I am teaching GPU621 and DPS921 (Parallel Algorithms and Programming Techniques).  You can find the GPU621/DPS921 web site here

This semester, I am on campus and around my office or in class twice a week: Mondays and Thursdays.  The best way to reach me on other days is through email. 

I am responsible for the core programming curriculum that leads to our professional options.  My Big Picture view of our core programming subjects is here.  This view identifies the principle concepts that we teach our students to prepare them for the professional options and subsequent employment in the ICT industry.

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