Faculty

CS Faculty

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CalvertAnthony Baxter
Professor Emeritus

Research Areas: Programming and Systems; performance monitoring and evaluation; database systems.

 


CalvertKenneth L Calvert
Professor

Research Areas: Next-generation computer network protocols and architectures; active networks; network security; formal methods.

 


Cheng

Fuhua (Frank) Cheng
Professor

Research Areas: Computer graphics, geometric modeling, 3D imaging, 3D pointing.

 


Licong

Licong Cui
Assistant Professor

Research Areas: Information retrieval, information extraction, text mining, knowledge representation and reasoning, knowledge discovery, ontology quality assurance, data integration and management, and big data analytics. 



Fei

Zongming Fei
Professor

Research Areas: Network protocols and architectures; multimedia networking; Smart Grid communications.

 


Finkel

Raphael A Finkel
Professor

Research Areas: Operating systems; distributed algorithms; programming languages.

 

 


Goldsmith

Judy Goldsmith
Professor

Research Areas: Comparative decision-making studies; stochastic models; preference handling in artificial intelligence; planning under uncertainty; computational social choice; computational learning theory; computational complexity.

 


GriffioenJames N Griffioen
Professor 

Research Areas: Network protocols; distributed systems.

 

 


Hayes

Jane E Hayes
Professor

Research Areas: Verification and validation; requirements engineering; requirements traceability; software maintainability; static analysis; software testing .

 


Nathan Jacobs

Nathan Jacobs
Assistant Professor

Research Areas: Computer vision (especially environmental applications); image processing; time-lapse video processing; video surveillance; medical imaging.

 


Jaromczyk

Jerzy W Jaromczyk
Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies

Research Areas: Algorithms, Robust Implementations, Biomedical and Bioinformatics Algorithms and Applications, Research in Computing for the Humanities (Digital Libraries). 

 


JoinerK

Kevin W. Joiner
Lecturer

 

 

 


KeenRamakanth Kavuluru
Assistant Professor (Primary Appointment in Biomedical Informatics)

Research Areas: Biomedical informatics, text mining, information extraction, biomedical terminologies, maching learning, data mining.

 


KeenDebby L Keen
Lecturer and TA Coordinator

Lecture area: CS101, CS115

 

 


Klapper

Andrew M Klapper
Professor

Research Areas: Pseudorandom sequences for cryptography and communications.

 

 


 

Jinze Liu

Jinze Liu
Associate Professor

Research Areas: Bioinformatics; data mining.

 

 


Manivannan

Dakshnamoorthy (Mani) Manivannan
Associate Professor

Research Areas: Distributed systems, operating systems, and mobile computing systems.

 


Marek

Victor W Marek
Professor

Research Areas: Logical foundations of AI; constraint satisfaction; design of databases and knowledge bases. 



Moore_Neil

Neil Moore
Assistant Professor

 

 

 


YiPikeYi Pike
Lecturer

Classes Taught:  CS215

 

 


Seales

William (Brent) B Seales
Professor and Chair

Research Areas: Image processing, graphics.

 

 


Truszczynski

Miroslaw (Mirek) Truszczynski 
Professor and Director of Graduate Studies

Research Areas: Knowledge Representation and Reasoning

 

 


Wasilkowski

Grzegorz (Greg) W Wasilkowski
Professor

Research Areas: Information-based complexity; numerical analysis; worst case; average case; randomized settings.

 


Yang

Ruigang Yang
Professor

Research Areas: Computer graphics, computer vision, image processing, multimedia.

 

 


TingtingYu

Tingting Yu
Assistant Professor

Research Areas: Software testing, program analysis, concurrent software systems, embedded software, fault localization, and software security .

 


GZhangGQ Zhang
Professor (Primary Appointment in Biomedical Informatics)

Research Areas: Data science and bigdata in biomedicine; Large-scale, multi-center data integration, biomedical ontology development information retrieval, query interface design, and agile, interface-driven, access-control grounded software development.

 


Jun ZhangJun Zhang 
Professor

Research Areas: Computational Medical Imaging and Data Analysis, Bioinformatics and Biomedical Computing, Data Mining and Information Retrieval, Scientific and Parallel Computing.