Faculty and student research is supported by access to sophisticated computing facilities and resources. This begins with the department’s “research lounge” in McGregory Hall, a flexible and comfortable hub for research activity in the summer and the center of student activity during the semester. The lounge is adjacent to the department’s machine room, which houses the computational equipment used in research by faculty and students.
Computer science faculty members are continually working to advance research in their specialties. Students with interest in a particular specialty may contact the faculty member to learn more.
|Computer graphics, user interfaces, systems||Elodie Fourquet|
|Network configuration repair, network verification||Aaron Gember-Jacobson|
|Data management, data mining, and privacy and technology||Michael Hay|
|Asynchronous VLSI, computer architecture / organization||Sandra Jackson|
|Discrete structures, theory of computation, programming language semantics, formal methods, object-oriented programming||Phil Mulry|
|Probability and statistics, mathematical economics, game theory, discrete mathematics, simulation, analysis of algorithms, parallel computing||Chris Nevison|
|Algorithms, theoretical computer science, economics and computation, computer networking||Vijay Ramachandran|
|Theoretical computer science: algorithms, automata, computability and complexity theory, logic||Hiva Samadian|
|Human-computer interaction, user-centered design, interpersonal relationship maintenance||Madeline E. Smith|
|Network measurement, network traffic modeling and analysis||Joel Sommers|