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Michael Goldwasser

Professor, Director of Computer Science
Dept. Mathematics and Computer Science
Saint Louis University

My email address is goldwamh.  The domain is slu.edu

Contact Information:

Online:
http://cs.slu.edu/~goldwasser
My email address is goldwamh.  The domain is slu.edu

Office:
Ritter Hall 108
(314) 977-7039
(314) 977-1452 [FAX]

Mailing Address:
Dept. Mathematics and Computer Science
Saint Louis University
220 North Grand Blvd
St. Louis, Missouri 63103-2007

Courses:


Office Hours (Spring 2014):


Research Interests:

Design and analysis of algorithms, with emphasis on approximation algorithms and online computations. Emphases include machine scheduling, bioinformatics and computational geometry with applications in robotics and assembly planning.

Publications:

A full list of my publications, with electronic copies of most available

Some books I've written:
Object-Oriented Programming
with Python
Data Structures & Algorithms
in Python
Data Structures & Algorithms
in Java, Sixth Edition


Professional Experience:

Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri
Professor, Dept. Mathematics and Computer Science, 2011-present.
Director of Computer Science, Dept. Mathematics and Computer Science, 2010-present.
Associate Professor, Dept. Mathematics and Computer Science, 2006-2011.
Assistant Professor, Dept. Mathematics and Computer Science, 2003-2006.

Loyola University Chicago
Assistant Professor, Dept. Computer Science, 2002-2003.
Assistant Professor, Dept. Mathematics and Computer Science, 1999-2002.

Colorado College
Visiting Assistant Professor, Division of Natural Sciences, 2002.

Princeton University
Lecturer, Dept. Computer Science 1997-1999.

DIMACS Center for Discrete Math. and Theoretical Computer Science
Postdoctoral Fellow, 1997-1999.
Coordinator of the Sixth DIMACS Implementation Challenge on Near Neighbor Searches.

Education:

Stanford University
PhD in Computer Science, 1991-1997.
with advisor Rajeev Motwani in the Theory group
also with the Stanford Robotics Laboratory and the Stanford Assembly Planning Project.

Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
Sc. B in Mathematics & Computer Science, 1987-1991.
with advisor Roberto Tamassia

Ladue School District, St. Louis, Missouri
Horton Watkins High School, 1983-1987
Ladue Junior High School, 1981-1983
Spoede Elementary School, 1974-1981

Michael H. Goldwasser

Last modified: Tuesday, 21 January 2014


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