Walter R. Read Professor of Engineering
exploit the explosively growing computer technology. My current research interests focus on understanding the computational complexity of chaotic systems and the classification of undecidable problems in complexity theory.
Computing Research Association Distinguished Service Award, July 2000.
Member: National Academy of Engineering.
Foreign Member: Latvian Academy of Sciences.
Fellow: American Academy of Arts and Sciences; New York State Academy of Sciences; AAAS. Editor: Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Journal of Computer and Systems Sciences; Fundamenta Informaticae.
Advisory Board: EATCS Monographs in Theoretical Computer Science, Springer-Verlag; International Journal of Foundations of Computing.
Member: DIMACS External Advisory Committee.
Member: Yeshiva University Computer Science Review Committee.
Local Natural Sciences Research Advisory Council.
Chair: Engineering College Nominating Committee.
Observations about the Nature and State of Computer Science. Keynote Address. ICALP’99, Prague, Czech Republic, July 1999.
Four lectures in Distinguished Lecture Series, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, October 1999.
—. The P vs. NP Problem.
—. Technology and Computer Science.
—. Observations about the Nature of Computer Science.
—. Computer Science and Washington Science Policy.
Information Technology: Policy and Impact on Universities. Inauguration of Florida State University School of Computational and Information Technology, Tallahassee, FL, November 1999.