Philip (Phil) Mulry

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Philip (Phil) Mulry

Professor of Computer Science, Emeritus

Department/Office Information

Computer Science
305 McGregory Hall


BS, Fairfield University, 1972; MA, SUNY Fredonia, 1976; MA (1978), PhD (1980), SUNY Buffalo

Discrete structures, theory of computation, programming language semantics, formal methods, object-oriented programming

Computation theory and programming language semantics, category theory

Papers in various journals including Annals of Pure and Applied Logic, Cambridge University Press, Contemporary Mathematics, Information and Computation, Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science and Theoretical Computer Science

  • National Science Foundation Research Grants, 1987-89, 1990-93, 1992-95, 1995-98
  • NSF Western Europe Cooperative Science Research Grant, 1992-93
  • NSF Educational Infrastructure Grant (senior investigator), 1993-96
  • Picker Research Fellow, 1991-92