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  • James Cohoon

    Associate Professor, Computer Science, Emeritus
    James Cohoon

    Jim Cohoon has co-authored several programming language textbooks. His research interests are swarm algorithms and models, probabilistic search, routing, and Computer Science education and broadening participation. He is a former Fulbright Scholar and winner of the IEEE Computer Science Taylor L. Booth Education Award.

  • Craig Dill

    Emeritus Lecturer, Academic General Faculty, Computer Science
    Craig Dill has been a Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Virginia since 2016.
  • Andrew Grimshaw

    Professor, Computer Science
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    Andrew Grimshaw is the chief designer and architect of Mentat and Legion. In 1999 he co-founded Avaki Corporation, and served as its Chairman and Chief Technical Officer, until 2005 when Avaki was acquired by Sybase. In 2003 he won the Frost and Sullivan Technology Innovation Award.

  • Anita Jones

    University Professor Emerita
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    Anita Jones received her Ph.D. in Computer Science from Carnegie-Mellon University in 1973. She left CMU as an Associate Professor when she co-founded Tartan Laboratories. She was vice-president of Tartan from 1981-87. In 1988 she joined UVA as a Professor and the Chair of the Computer Science Department. She is an ACM Fellow, an IEEE Fellow.

  • Worthy Martin

    Associate Professor of Computer Science, Acting Director, Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities
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    Research interests include: Human Machine Interface, Computer Graphics and Vision, I began my career in "dynamic scene analysis", a subarea of computer vision and image processing. In the last several years I have been associated with "digital humanities" scholars at UVa and elsewhere…
  • Robert J Ribando

    Associate Professor Emeritus
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    After purchasing his first home PC in the early 1980’s, Bob soon realized that the education of engineers could never be the same, and resolved to be a leader in that change. He received plenty of encouragement while teaching regularly in the Commonwealth Graduate Education Program…
  • Mary Lou Soffa

    Owens R. Cheatham Professor of Sciences Emerita
    Mary Lou Soffa

    Mary Lou Soffa is the Owen R. Cheatham Professor of Sciences in the Computer Science Department at the University of Virginia, serving as the Department Chair from 2004 to 2012.

  • Sang Son

    Emeritus Professor of Computer Science
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    Sang Hyuk Son is IEEE Fellow and Department Chair of Information and Communication Engineering at DGIST. He has been a Professor of Computer Science Department at the University of Virginia, and WCU Chair Professor at Sogang University. He received the B.S. degree in electronics…
  • John A. Stankovic

    BP America Professor Emeritus Director Emeritus of the Link Lab
    John A. Stankovic

    Stankovic has h-index of 125 and over 68,500 citations. He was awarded the IEEE Simon Ramo Medal. He has two test of time paper awards, nine Best Paper awards, and eleven Best Paper runner up awards. He has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of York, U.K. He is the Emeritus BP America Professor in the Computer Science dept.

  • Alfred C. Weaver

    Emeritus Professor of Computer Science Chair, Faculty Senate (2017-18) Founding Director, Applied Research Institute
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    Alf Weaver received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois in 1976. He joined the University of Virginia in 1977 and is now Professor of Computer Science, Chair of the UVA Faculty Senate, and Founding Director of UVA’s Applied Research Institute, where he is working with projects related to national security.