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Graduate Teaching Assistant
Lecturer of Computer Science, Ph.D.: University of Georgia, 2021
(706) 542-2911
Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, Ph.D.: Kent at Canterbury, 1987
(706) 542-3480
Associate Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: Middle East Technical University, 1998
(706) 583-8249
Senior Lecturer of Computer Science, Undergraduate Coordinator, Ph.D.: University of Georgia, 2010
(706) 583-0826
Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: Syracuse University, 1989
(706) 542-1082
PhD Student of Computer Science
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Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: Texas A&M University, 1994
(706) 542-6081
Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, Ph.D.: University of California, 1975
(706) 542-3470
PhD Student in Computer Science, Graduate Research Assistant
PhD Student in Computer Science, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Senior Lecturer of Computer Science, Course Coordinator for Lower-Division CSCI Courses, Director of the CSUA and UGAHacks Hackers Experiential Learning Programs, Ph.D.: University of Georgia, 2017
(706) 542-4799
Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: University of Illinois at Chicago, 2005
(706) 583-0827
Associate Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: University of North Carolina, 2004
(706) 542-3449
Ph.D Student, Department of Computer Science, University of Georgia, Check my personal website for more updates
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
(706) 542-2911
Senior Lecturer of Computer Science, Ph.D.: University of Cambridge, 2008
(706) 542-5799
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2016
Associate Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000
(706) 542-6642
PhD in Computer Science at University of Georgia, 2022
PhD Student, Department of Computer Science, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Associate Professor of Engineering, Director, Georgia Informatics Institute, Courtesy Associate Professor of Computer Science
(706) 583-8166
Lecturer of Computer Science, PhD.: Sharif University of Technology, 2004
(706) 542-8267
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
(706) 542-2911
Computer Science PhD Student | Graduate Research Assistant
Professor of Genetics, Director, Institute of Bioinformatics, Courtesy Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: Indiana University, 1995
(706) 542-6562
Professor of Computer Science, Interim Associate Director, School of Computing, Ph.D.: Louisiana State University, 1987
(706) 542-3441
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: Purdue University, 2014
(706) 542-8241
Associate Professor of Computer Science, Associate Director, Institute of Cybersecurity and Privacy, Ph.D.: Purdue University, 2014
(706) 542 4690
Professor of Engineering, Courtesy Professor of Computer Science, PhD: Pennsylvania State University, 2006
(706) 542-4696
Adjunct Professor of Computer Science
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Lecturer of Computer Science
(706) 542-2911
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
(706) 542-8214
Distinguished Research Professor of Computer Science , Ph.D.:Shanghai Jiaotong University, China, 2002
706-542-3478
Graduate Student | Computer Science
Professor of Statistics, Courtesy Professor of Computer Science
Associate Director, Artificial Intelligence Institute, Assistant Research Scientist, Courtesy Professor of Computer Science
(706) 543-0826
Lecturer of Computer Science
(706) 542-0650
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
(706) 542-2911
Professor of Computer Science, Graduate Coordinator, Ph.D.: Georgia Institute of Technology, 1986
(706) 542-3440
Systems Administrator Associate
(706) 542-8752
Adjunct Associate Professor of Computer Science
Lecturer of Computer Science, Ph.D.: University of Georgia, 2019
(706) 542-2911
Patty and D.R. Grimes Distinguished Professor of Computer Science, Director - Institute of Cybersecurity and Privacy, Ph.D.: University of Cagliari, Italy
(706) 542-3482
Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, Ph.D.: South Carolina, 1987
Associate Professor of Computer Science
(706) 542- 4661
Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005
(706) 542-2737
Graduate Research Assistant
Professor of Computer Science, Director, Institute of Artificial Intelligence, Ph.D.: Rutgers University, 1998
(706) 542-3444
Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, Ph.D.: Cornell University, 1966
(706) 542-3470
Lecturer of Computer Science, PhD, Cairo University, 2010
(706) 542-5746
Graduate Research Assistant
LexisNexis Ohio Eminent Scholar, Adjunct Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: Ohio State University, 1985
(937) 775-5217
Associate Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, Ph.D.: North Carolina State University, 1978
Georgia Power Mickey A. Brown Professor of Engineering, Courtesy Professor of Computer Science, PhD: Illinois Institute of Technology, 2005
(706) 542-9980
Professor of Computer Science , Interim Director, School of Computing, Ph.D.: Clarkson University, 1982
(706) 542-3455
Graduate Research Assistant | PhD Student
PhD Candidate - Computer Science, Teaching Assistant - Computer Science
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2014
706-542-2911
I am the Lab rater, and I love the Labrador.
PhD student in Computer Science
Professor and Eminent Scholar of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Courtesy Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: University of Colorado at Boulder, 1991
(706) 542-9779
Ph.D. Candidate specialize in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI), Swarm Intelligence, Multi-Agent Systems (MAS), and Multi-Robot Systems (MRS).
Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Courtesy Professor of Computer Science, Ph.D.: University of Georgia, 1996
(706) 542-4628
Ph.D. Student, Machine Learning, Bioinformatics

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