I currently serve as the Graduate Director of the Department of Computer Science; please contact me for any graduate school related inquires about our MS program in Scientific Computing or the MBS program in Applied Computing. I am also associated with the Center for Computational and Integrative Biology (CCIB).
My research interests are primarily in algorithms – theory, analysis and design. I have worked on a variety of algorithmic problems involving coordination among mobile agents and resource optimization in ad-hoc and wireless networks. I am also interested in algorithmic game theory, natural language processing, parallel and distributed computing and data compression.
In recent years, I have participated on CCIB research projects on computational problems in systems biology. You can navigate to the tabs above this page for listings and online access links to my published journal papers and conference papers.
If you are a student at Camden (undergraduate or Masters) who is interested in working on research problems in one of my areas of interest, please contact me by email and I will be happy to talk to you about research possibilities.
During the Spring 2018 semester, I am teaching:
- CS 501: Algorithms for Computational Scientists. This course is cross-listed as 56:121:501 in the CCIB Ph.D. program and as 56:137:501 in the MBS program.
In past years, I have taught a wide variety of courses at Rutgers-Camden: please navigate to the Courses tab above for more information about these courses, including syllabi from recent offerings.