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His current research interests are in the area of bio-inspired computing. In particular he focuses on evolutionary neural networks, interactions between learning and evolution, evolutionary and developmental robotics and swarm intelligence. He is also active in computer science education research, with recent projects evaluating the effects of tool design, feedback mechanisms and pair programming on student behaviors and learning.
COMP 251 Computer Organization
Completion of both COMP 251 and 332 fulfills the WID Requirement.
COMP 491 Fall Senior Seminar
Students define and begin a year-long project. Written and oral presentation of project progress reports will be required. Contemporary social, ethical, technical and philosophical issues in computer science will also be examined. Prerequisite: Senior standing. Offered every fall.
MATH 314 Theoretical Found of Comp Sci
Cross-listed with COMP 314-01.
COMP 314 Theoretical Found of Comp Sci
Cross-listed with MATH 314-01.
COMP 492 Spring Senior Seminar
A continuation of the project begun in 491 culminating in a written thesis and public presentation. Additional contemporary issues in computer science may be considered. Prerequisite: 491. Offered every spring.