Faculty & Staff
Annika Kathryn Miller, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Math & Computer Science
Office Location: Fisher Hall - Rm 309
3 p.m. – 4 p.m., MW
11 a.m. – 2 p.m., T
11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., TH
PHD, George Washington University
BA, Mansfield University of Pennsylvania
Miller teaches both mathematics and computer science courses at all levels in the department. She teaches Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence and practicum. She also teaches Perspectives and several writing intensive courses.
Miller does consulting work in industry, as well as research in mathematics, artificial intelligence and several interdisciplinary interests. Her doctoral dissertation was on “Approaches to Matroid Reconstruction Problems,” and she has recently published in Advanced in Applied Mathematics, European Journal of Combinatorics and Discrete Mathematics. Currently, Miller has papers in progress in both economics and psychology, and a research project in progress dealing with evolutionary algorithms. She is a member of the American Mathematical Association and the Association for Computing Machinery.
- CSCI-181 Principles of Computer Science
- CSCI-282 Computer Organization
- CSCI-483 Compiler Theory
- CSCI-500 Senior Colloquium
- MATH-108 Introduction to Statistics
- MATH-111 Calculus I
- MATH-201 Linear Algebra
- MATH-221 Discrete Structures
- MATH-321 Abstract Algebra
- MATH-500 Senior Colloquium
- MATH-502 Independent Study
- MATH-503 Independent Research
- PRDV-104 Perspectives