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Ryan Dougherty

Ph.D. student in the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering at Arizona State University.

My advisor is Charles Colbourn.

CV, Blog

Research interests: Theoretical Computer Science, specifically algorithm design, complexity theory, and combinatorial structures.

Office Hours Spring 2017: Mon 11-12, Wed 8:30-9:30 (Centerpoint 114)

Contact info:
Email


Undergraduate Thesis: Research:

I am a maintainer of the (newly updated!) Perfect Hash Family Tables.

Talks:
  1. Optimizing Postoptimization - Software Developers' Association, ASU. February 7+14, 2017.
Teaching: Statement
  1. Su17 - TBD (probably App/Python Camp)
  2. Sp17 - CSE355: Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science, TA + Recitation (340). Syllabus, Recitation Videos.
  3. Fa16 - CSE355: Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science, TA + Recitation (350). Syllabus.
  4. Su16 - App Camp, Camp Coordinator (32). Camp Page, More Information.
  5. Su16 - CSE294: Topic: Algorithmic Problem Solving, Instructor (8). Syllabus, Videos. Evaluation of Course: 5.00/5; Instructor: 5.00/5; Overall: 5.00/5.
  6. Sp16 - CSE555: Theory of Computation, TA (16). Syllabus
  7. Sp16 - CSE355: Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science, Recitation Leader (260). Syllabus
  8. Fa15 - FSE100: Introduction to Engineering, Instructor (43). Syllabus, Statistics. Evaluation of Course: 4.79/5; Instructor: 4.86/5; Overall: 4.94/5.
  9. Su15 - App Camp, Camp Helper (32).
  10. Su15 - Python Camp, Camp Coordinator (30). Camp Materials
(Unpublished) Writings
(Unpublished) Projects