Faculty

Jeannie Albrecht Jeannie Albrecht, Associate Professor
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Research interests: Distributed systems and computer networks, particularly focusing on reliability, scalability, and extensibility achieved over the wide-area, sensor networks, operating systems.
Bailey Duane Bailey, Professor
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Research interests: Parallel programming environments, aperiodic tiling, architecture, graph theory, puzzle complexity.
Johan Boye, STINT Fellow 
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Research interests: Natural language processing, Spoken dialogue systems, Artificial Intelligence.
andrea2011 Andrea Danyluk, Professor (on leave 2015-2016)
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Research interests: Machine learning, application of machine learning to real-world problems, systematic data error and its effects on inductive learning, cost-sensitive learning, evaluation and comparison of learning algorithms, theory revision.
Freund Stephen N. Freund, Professor
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Research interests: Design and implementation of programming languages and virtual machines, type based program analysis, verification of multithreaded programs, programming environments and tools.
Heeringa1 Brent Heeringa, Associate Professor and Chair
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Research interests: Algorithms, data structures, complexity, computability, lower bounds.
William Jannen, Visiting Professor
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Research interests:
File system design and analysis, media-specific storage optimizations, data structures, write optimization
Lenhart William Lenhart, Professor
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Research interests: Graph theory, graph drawing, computational geometry, algorithm design and combinatorics.
mcguire-suit-headshot Morgan McGuire, Associate Professor
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Research interests: High-performance computing, interactive global illumination, special effects.
Tom Murtagh Tom Murtagh, Professor
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Research interests: Programming language implementations, communications networks.
Joonsuk (Jon) Park, Visiting Professor
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Research interests: Argumentation Theory and Mining, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning.

Emeritus

Kim Bruce, Professor Emeritus
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Research interests: Programming language design and semantics: type theory, object oriented languages, models of higher-order lambda calculus including subtypes and bounded polymorphism.