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Dean Greg Guthrie

Greg Guthrie, Ph.D.

Dean and Professor of Computer Science
B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Purdue University

Dr. Guthrie’s research interests include: programming languages, teaching of computer science, C++ and Object Oriented programming, Computer systems architecture, and parallel processing. More

Dr. Keith Levi

Keith Levi, Ph.D.

Chair, Professor of Computer Science
B.S., Maharishi International University
M.A., M.S., Ph.D. University of Michigan

Dr. Levi worked for Honeywell Systems and Research Center as a Senior Principle Research Scientist on applications of artificial intelligence and expert systems to human-machine interface problems. He has been a principal or associate investigator on research awards from the Air Force's Wright Research and Development Center, the Office of Naval Research, and the United Nations' Industrial Development Office. More

Steve Nolle

Steve Nolle, M.S.

Associate Chairman and Assistant Professor of Computer Science

B.A., University of Missouri

M.S., University of Kansas

Steve Nolle has 29 years of experience in developing high-speed data communications networks, broadband cable technology, intelligent networks, and computer telephony platforms. Most recently he has been doing software design, architecture, and development in the broadband cable area. He worked for 20 years at Bell Laboratories including 15 years as a Technical Manager where he managed multiple development groups completing all phases of the software development life cycle. He holds one US Patent and has 3 US Patents Pending in the broadband cable area. Professor Nolle teaches Software Engineering, Computer Networks and Modern Programming Practices.

Dr. Bruce Lester

Bruce Lester, Ph.D.

Professor of Computer Science
B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Dr. Lester was a faculty member at Princeton University for two years, prior to joining MUM where he founded the Computer Science Department and served as Chair for eight years. He is author of the book The Art of Parallel Programming, which has been adopted as a course text by 62 Universities. More

Dr. Paul Corazza

Paul Corazza, Ph.D.

Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics
B.A., Maharishi International University
M.S., Ph.D., Auburn University

Dr. Corazza’s research interests are logic, set theory, category theory, large cardinals, sets of reals, and the lambda calculus. His research associated with teaching and the software industry are in the areas of algorithm analysis, rules engines, and software engineering.

Dr. Corazza has worked as a contractor for Google and e-Trade in Silicon Valley, and at several insurance companies in the United States, with 15 years experience as a Java engineer. More

Dr. Premchand Nair

Premchand Nair, Ph.D.

Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics
B.Sc., Kerala University
M.Sc, Kerala University
Ph.D., Kerala University (Mathematics)
Ph.D., Concordia University (Computer Science)

Dr. Prem Nair has taught a wide spectrum of computer science courses for over twenty years. His teaching interests are Java programming, object oriented design, relational database systems, analysis of algorithms and discrete mathematics, and data structures & algorithms. He is the author of Java Programming Fundamentals: Problem Solving Through Object Oriented Analysis and Design (2009). His research interests are database systems, data warehousing, data mining, network security, social networks, graph theory, discrete mathematics and soft computing. He has authored or co-authored many conference papers, journal articles and textbooks.

Dr. Eduard Babulak

Eduard Babulak, DSc., Ph.D.

Professor of Computer Science
Dipl.Ing., Technical University of Kosice
HNC, Brighton College of Technology
MSc, University of East London
Ph.D., Staffordshire University
DSc., University of Pardubice

Professor Eduard Babulak is an accomplished international scholar, researcher, consultant, educator, professional engineer and polyglot with more than thirty seven years of teaching experience and industrial experience as a professional engineer and consultant. He has been an Invited Speaker at the University of Cambridge, MIT, Yokohama National University and the University of Electro Communications in Japan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China, Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea, the University at West Indies and at Pennsylvania State University, USA.

Prof. Babulak’s research interests are in Future Networks and Quality of Service (QoS) Provision, Cyberspace Security, Cyberspace Security Policies, Computer Emergency Response Teams, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, Next Generation of Information Communications Technologies (ICT) and e-Services (e-Health, e-Learning, e-Transport, e-Manufacturing, e-Commerce and e-Government), Ubiquitous and Human Centric Computing, Automation and Applied Mathematics. 

Dr. Anil K. Maheshwari

Anil K. Maheshwari, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Management Information Systems and Computer Science
B.Tech. (Electrical Engg.), India Institute of Technology, Delhi
MBA, India Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University (MIS)

Professor Maheshwari brings over 25 years of rich work experience in IT industry and academia. He spent 9 years at IBM in Austin, TX, in global marketing and program management roles. He has also worked at a telecom start-up and a couple of mid-sized IT companies in senior leadership roles. Prior to coming to the US, he worked in India for over 7 years, including working at Wipro Infotech and running his own IT consulting company.

His areas of interest include Emerging Technologies, Data Analytics, Organizational Learning, Organizational Development, and Trust. He enjoys community leadership and volunteer activity, taking long walks, and singing. He ran a full marathon just a few years ago! More

Dr. Ralph Bunker

Ralph Bunker, Ph.D.

Adjunct Associate Professor of Computer Science
B.S., M.S., University of Rhode Island
Ph.D., University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Dr. Bunker has taught Computer Science for over 20 years at Maharishi University of Management, George Washington University, and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He has significant experience in private industry, as well. More

Dr. Clyde Ruby

Clyde Ruby, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Computer Science
B.A., Pepperdine University
M.A., M.S., Maharishi International University
Ph.D., Iowa State University

Clyde Ruby's research interests include programming language semantics (especially for object-oriented languages), programming methodology, specification (Larch/C++, Java Modeling Language [JML]), and verification. More

Najeeb Najeeb

Najeeb Najeeb, M.S.

Assistant Professor of Computer Science
B.Sc., University of Baghdad
M.S., Maharishi University of Management

Michael Zijlstra

Michael Zijlstra, M.S.

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

B.S., Maharishi University of Management

M.S., Maharishi University of Management

Michael Zijlstra has worked as a Corporate Trainer in OO analysis and design, and was the Software Architect for several successful enterprise applications. His current interests include domain modeling with OO persistence, and alternatives to relational databases such as NoSQL.

Ankit Chaudhary

Ankit Chaudhary, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Computer Science
B.Tech, BIT
M.E., Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani
Ph.D., Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute, Pilani
Post Doc, The University of Iowa

My research focus is on Vision based applications and Algorithms. I was a faculty member at Dept. of Computer Science, BITS Pilani, and also worked with CITRIX R&D and AVAYA INC.

Professor Joe Lerman

Joe Lerman, M.S.

Instructor of Computer Science
B.S., Boston University
M.S., Maharishi University of Management

“I have taught FOOP (Fundmentals of Object-Oriented Programming), Java, C++, C, assembly language, data structures, systems programming, programming languages, digital logic, and computer architecture.” More

Rene de Jong

Rene de Jong, M.S.

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Computer Science

M.S., Maharishi University of Management

My interest is in the field of software architecture and design, enterprise Java technologies and requirements engineering. In addition to my faculty position, I am an independent consultant. I like to teach professional training courses and to help and advise on projects with their software development practices and activities.

Professor Peter Just

Peter Just, M.S.

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Computer Science
B.S., Technische Fachhochschule, Berlin
M.S., Maharishi International University

Peter Just has over 13 years of professional experience in designing and developing software systems in the telecommunication industry, human resources applications, as well as computer graphics and systems programming. More


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