Jun 21, 2018  
2015-2016 Graduate Catalog 
2015-2016 Graduate Catalog

Computer Science

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Ethan Bolker, PhD, Harvard University

  • Performance Measurement and Modeling

William R. Campbell, PhD, University of St Andrews

  • Object-Oriented Software Engineering
  • Programming Language Design and Implementation

Wei Ding, PhD, University of Houston

  • Data Mining
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Machine Learning
  • Knowledge Discovery

Richard H. Eckhouse, PhD, State University of New York at Buffalo, Professor Emeritus

Peter Fejer, PhD, University of Chicago

  • Theoretical Computer Science
  • Mathematical Logic

Nurit Haspel, PhD, Tel Aviv University

  • Bioinformatics

Robert A. Morris, PhD, Cornell University

  • Biodiversity Informatics

Elizabeth J. O’Neil, PhD, Harvard University

  • Database Engines
  • Database Isolation Levels

Patrick O’Neil, PhD, Rockefeller University

  • Access Methods in Database Systems
  • Concurrency Control
  • Query Performance in Database Systems

Carl Offner, Industrial Professor, PhD, Harvard University

  • Compilers

Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, PhD, New York University

  • Data Mining

Marc Pomplun, PhD, University of Bielefeld

  • Human Vision
  • Computer Vision
  • Human-Computer Interaction

Bo Sheng, PhD, William and Mary College

  • Computer Networks

Dan A. Simovici, PhD, University of Bucharest

  • Data Mining
  • Database Theory
  • Computational Biology
  • Multiple-Valued Logic

Jun Suzuki, PhD, Keio University

  • Software Engineering
  • Biologically Inspired Computing
  • Computer Networks

Richard L. Tenney, Professor Emeritus, PhD, Cornell University

Duc A. Tran, PhD, University of Central Florida

  • Networking
  • Distributed Systems
  • Multimedia Systems

The Programs

The Department of Computer Science offers programs of graduate study leading to the PhD and the MS in computer science and a graduate certificate in database technology. Faculty interests in computer science include compilers, computability theory, computer communication protocols, database systems, formal languages, office automation systems and electronic publishing, operating systems, programming languages, queuing theory, semantics, and software engineering.

The computer laboratory of the department operates a network of SUN workstations using the UNIX operating system, as well as several other kinds of computing equipment. The department is also a member of the Internet. All graduate courses are scheduled in late afternoon and evening. The program is open to full-time and part-time students as well as those who want to strengthen specific skills by taking single courses.


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