I’m an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Wesleyan University. My major research area is in Design Rationale – methods for capturing and using the reasons behind decisions made when designing software or any other artifact.
I received my PhD from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2005. My undergraduate work was performed at Michigan Technological University. Prior to joining Wesleyan, I spent nine years as an Assistant and Associate Professor at Miami University in Oxford Ohio and before that, I worked for over 20 years as a software engineer and AI researcher.
NSF, 2009, CAREER: Rationale Capture for High Assurance Systems, $527,864
NSF, 2009 (with P. Anderson, G. Gannod, Miami University, M. Vouk, M. Carter, North Carolina State University), CPATH-2: Incorporating Communication Outcomes into the Computer Science Curriculum, $799,996 ($445,137 Miami)