Interdisciplinary Topics

Interdisciplinary Topics

Interdisciplinary Topics

Computer science is a broad discipline that touches many other disciplines. This is reflected by research in the area of interdisciplinary topics. These topics span from the very small, such as nanotechnology, molecular computing and quantum computing, to the very large, such as the impact of technology on society as a whole. Our faculty are actively researching in the areas intersecting with biology, education, physics and social science, to name a few.

Topics

Computational Biology

Computational Genomics, Computational Proteomics, Bioinformatics

Education

Accreditation, Assessment, Pedagogy, Educational Tools

Molecular Computing

Algorithmic Self-Assembly, Chemical Reaction Networks, DNA Strand Displacement, DNA Sequence Design, Thermodynamic Computing

Nanotechnology

Molecular Dynamics Simulation, Carbon Nanotubes, DNA Origami

Network Science

Complex Networks, Social Networks

Quantum Computing

Quantum Complexity Theory, Post-Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Error Correcting Codes

Society and Technology

Social Networks, Privacy, Ethics

Interdisciplinary Topics Faculty


Faculty

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David Doty

Position Title
  • Assistant Professor
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Kurt Eiselt

Position Title
  • Associate Professor of Teaching

External Graduate Program Faculty