January 2018: Undergraduates Doug Shea '19 and Will Patterson '20 join the lab. 2017. September 2017: Katie successfully defended her PhD thesis. Congratulations Dr. Bilotti! We wish Katie well as she begins a postdoctoral position at New England Biolabs.
First and foremost, I would like to thank my thesis supervisors Doug Reeve and Greg Evans for all their time, energy, advice, support, and encouragement throughout my PhD. You provided me with just enough support and freedom to allow me to find my own place in this field while.
Giuliana Bruno. Emmet Blakeney Gleason Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and GSD Faculty Affiliate.Gordon David Plotkin, FRS FRSE MAE (born 9 September 1946) is a theoretical computer scientist in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh.Plotkin is probably best known for his introduction of structural operational semantics (SOS) and his work on denotational semantics.In particular, his notes on A Structural Approach to Operational Semantics were very influential.View Alexandra Schulze, PhD’S profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Alexandra has 5 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover.
Recent Thesis Defenses Congratulations to Danielle Farrar, an MD-PhD student in Dr. Killiany’s lab, and Phil Montenigro, an MD-PhD student in Dr. Robert Stern’s lab for recently defending their PhD theses! The 2015-2016 Newsletter and Network Committee: John Caccaviello, Alexandra Wink (editor), Ruiyi Ren.Read More
Doug Grob is a Senior Vice President at ASG, where he advises clients on strategy and operational initiatives in China and other parts of the Asia-Pacific region. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Grob served as head of the Asia Section of the Congressional Research Service (CRS), a U.S. government agency that provides non-partisan policy research and analytical support to the committees and.Read More
Award Recipients Honored at 2012 AASV Annual Meeting.. He worked diligently preparing Dr. Doug Weiss to give the presentation and was thrilled when it was arranged to have a speaker phone available so he could listen. Stein’s PhD thesis project at the University of Minnesota focused on the design and development of the PigCHAMP.Read More
SMALL-SCALE STRUCTURE AND RANDOMNESS: THE SCENERY FLOW IN DYNAMICS, GEOMETRY AND PROBABILITY (DECEMBER, 2005). I rst met my PhD thesis advisor, Doug Lind, through this contact with Bowen and Marcus.. and Benjie Weiss. There I became fascinated by Furstenberg’s work on amenable and nonamenable.Read More
Welcome to the Department of Economics at Tulane University. The main areas in which faculty members conduct research and teach courses are development economics (focusing on inequality and poverty), the economics of education, health economics, and public economics, as well as in economic history, international economics, and core areas of econometrics and economic theory.Read More
Faculty List Learn about our faculty members through our searchable faculty database.. Barnack, Douglas (Doug) Adjunct Assistant Professor BA, Purdue University North Central. PhD, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT D).Read More
Doctoral Dissertations Following is a complete list of doctoral graduates of the Department of Computer Science, with their dissertation titles. Graduates of other departments or schools, whose primary adviser was a member of the Department of Computer Science, are also listed.Read More
The University of Utah’s College of Engineering is nestled against the picturesque Wasatch Mountains in Salt Lake City, providing the perfect backdrop for work and play. From world-class research and faculty to its home in a bustling city with booming economic growth, there are plenty of reasons the College of Engineering is one of the finest destinations to pursue a top-notch education.Read More
University of Washington PhD thesis, under advisor Douglas Lind (with thanks to Steve Hurder's Acrobatics to right the tilts): oe1c.pdf oe2c.pdf oe3c.pdf oe4c.pdf oe5c.pdf oe6c.pdf oe7c.pdf.Read More
Name: Ryan Weiss Year of PhD Defense: 2015 Undergraduate Education: B.S., Chemistry; Point Loma Nazarene University Undergraduate Research Advisor: Prof. Dale Shellhamer Division: Organic Thesis: Targeting Glycosaminoglycans with Small Molecules: Design, Synthesis, and Applications.Read More