New faculty in computer science

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On December 15, 2020

With expertise ranging from computational geometry to cyber-physical systems, four new faculty members recently joined computer science. A fifth new faculty member is expected to join us early in 2021.

Dr. Avah Banerjee
Dr. Avah Banerjee

Avah Banerjee

Avah Banerjee, assistant professor, studies combinatorics and graphs, computational geometry, online algorithms, and quantum computation. Banerjee earned Ph.D. and master’s degree in computer science from George Mason University as well as a bachelor’s degree of technology with honors in electrical engineering. Before joining S&T, she was a postdoctoral researcher at Louisiana State University’s Center for Computation and Technology.

Dr. Gerry Howser
Dr. Gerry Howser

Gerry W. Howser

Gerry W. Howser, associate teaching professor, earned a master’s degree and a doctorate in computer science as well as a bachelor’s degree in physics from Missouri S&T. A former visiting assistant professor at Kalamazoo College in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Howser says his background in physics and computer science give him a unique perspective in analyzing cyber-physical security systems.

Dr. Tony Luo
Dr. Tony Luo. Photo by Tom Wagner, Missouri S&T

Tony T. Luo

Tony T. Luo, associate professor, studies the Internet of Things, machine learning and cybersecurity. He earned a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from the National University of Singapore. Luo is a former program lead and research scientist with A*STAR in Singapore.

Dr. Ardhendu Tripathy
Dr. Ardhendu Tripathy

Ardhendu Tripathy

Ardhendu Tripathy, assistant professor, studies information and coding theory, machine learning, and signal processing. He earned a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from Iowa State University and a bachelor of technology degree in electrical engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur.

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