Department chair: Ross Sowell  |  Contact info


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    Tony deLaubenfels

    Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics

    His teaching and research interests in computer science include mobile app development, computer networks, client-server systems, databases, parallel programming, and numerical analysis. He has been a leader in bringing computing technology into teaching and learning at Cornell. M.S. in computer science and M.S. in mathematics, University of Iowa

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    Ross Sowell

    Assistant Professor of Computer Science

    Teaches a variety of courses that span the computer science curriculum, including topics courses such as Human-Robot Interaction and Dealing with Data. His fields of research are robotics and computer graphics. In the classroom he enjoys applying and developing his pedagogical research interests in the use of active and collaborative learning techniques for computer science education. Ph.D. in computer science, Washington University-St. Louis

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    Leon Tabak

    Professor of Computer Science

    Teaches a range of courses and specializes in computer graphics. He is active in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers professional society, taking students to visit local companies, universities, laboratories, and to conferences. He also works with the College Board through its Advanced Placement Program, conducting workshops with high school computer science teachers throughout the upper Midwest. Ph.D. in computer science, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

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  • Richard Jacob

    Professor of Physics and Computer Science Emeritus

    Ph.D., University of Wisconsin