Csilla Csori is a programmer/analyst at the San Diego Supercomputer Center. She works primarily on database and software development for business applications, and she also moonlights as a gremlin hunter for her colleagues when their computer programs start acting funny. Recently, she released version 5.1 of ProBook grant application software she authored for the University of California. It’s one of those pesky projects that started small but took on a life of its own, and now, like Doctor Who’s Cybermen, keeps coming back to demand more upgrades. She gained an interest in quantum physics in college while interning at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. In her spare time, she enjoys playing softball, kayaking, and any other excuse to be outdoors in San Diego’s perfect weather.
Essays by Csilla Csori
Prescience and Prophecy from The Science of Dune
Memory (and the Tleilaxu) Makes the Man from The Science of Dune