Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, University of Arizona
I'm a lecturer in the Computer Science department
at the University of Arizona.
This fall, I am teaching two courses:
Students should refer to the course sites on D2L
for course information.
- CSc 345, Introduction to Discrete Structures (MWF 1:00-1:50 PM)
- CSc 337, Web Programming (MWF 3:00-3:50 PM)
In general, I maintain an open-door policy: if my door is open, you're
welcome to ask if I have time now to talk. I might say no, but I don't
mind being asked.
From 2007–2016, I was a PhD student in
doing research with the
My research is in the area of Computer Vision, and my advisor was
Or, A crash course in scientific computing in C++ using the KJB
library. Here's the text we are using.
That's the Associated Graduate Council for the College of Science
basically, student government for science grads.
Computer Vision Wiki
DCEL at work