Computer Science Faculty

Professor Kenneth A. Brakke holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University. A well-known geometry scholar, he does mathematical consulting and has written software, the Surface Evolver program, widely used for modeling soap films and other liquid surfaces.

Associate Professor Jeffrey Graham, department head, earned his Ph.D. in mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, then taught mathematics and computer science at Western Carolina University. His research interests are in numerical analysis.

Associate Professor Toshiro Kubota earned his Ph.D. in computer engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He taught computer science at the University of South Carolina, Columbia, and worked for Siemens Medical Solutions in Malvern, Pa. His research interests are in computer vision, image processing and neural networks.

Associate Professor Edisanter Lo holds a Ph.D. in computational mathematics from Arizona State University. His interests include numerical analysis and digital image processing.

Associate Professor Annika P. Miller earned her Ph.D. in mathematics from The George Washington University. She has worked as a software engineer and statistical research associate. Her mathematical interests are in discrete and combinatorial mathematics with research in finite geometries. Her computer science interests include software engineering, robotics and artificial life.

Associate Professor Alexander G. Wilce has a Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. His research interests include functional analysis, quantum logics and topology.

Assistant Professor Sarah Cotter Blanset holds a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Notre Dame. Her research is in mathematical logic, particularly model theory and its connections to combinatorics.