Eric Allender

Distinguished Professor
Department of Political Science
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Computational complexity theory, computer science, mathematics, randomness, circuit complexity

Eric Allender's research focuses on computational complexity theory, the aim of which is to prove that certain problems are essentially impossible to compute. One practical application of this is found in shopping online: the systems that…

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Beth Binde

Systems Programmer
OIT-Info Protection & Security
School of Communication and Information

Key topics: Information security, computer security, computer incident response

Beth works in Rutgers Office of Information Technology in the Information Protection and Security area and teaches at the university's School of Communication and Information. Beth holds several computer security certifications as well as an MS…

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Jonathan Eckstein

Professor
Department of Management Science and Information Systems
Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick

Key topics: Optimization algorithms, parallel computing, operations management, management information systems, numerical optimization

Jonathan Eckstein, Ph.D., has published in numerous journals, including INFORMS/ORSA Journal on Computing, SIAM Journal on Optimization, Mathematics of Operations Research, and Mathematical Programming.

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Lena Fullem

Senior Accountant
Business Services - Newark
Newark Research and Grants Offices

Key topics: Subaward/Subcontract processing, electronic research administration, business analytics

Research administrator with focus on subcontract/subaward processing and an extensive background in information technology, with specific knowledge of Oracle Financials and Coeus/Kuali

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Janne Lindqvist

Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
School of Engineering

Key topics: Cybersecurity, security engineering, security and privacy systems, homeland security, human-computer interaction, human-centered computing, mobile computing, mobile systems, social computing, ubiquitous computing

Janne Lindqvist is an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering. He directs the Rutgers Human-Computer Interaction and Security Engineering Laboratory …

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Benjamin Melamed

Senior Associate Dean
Department of Management Science and Information Systems
Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick

Key topics: Modeling and simulation, stochastic (random variable) processes, homeland security, object-oriented programming, Monte Carlo simulation (based on the use of random numbers and probability statistics to investigate problems), scientific softward environments.

Benjamin Melamed, Ph.D., is a member of the Rutgers Center for Operations Research.

He is the author or coauthor of more than 100 papers and two books in the areas of queuing networks, stochastic processes, modeling and simulation (…

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Stephen Miller

Professor
Department of Mathematics
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Cryptography (data security), mathematics

Stephen D. Miller, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics.

He has been published in the journals of the International Mathematics Research Notices as well as the Institute of…

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Mario Szegedy

Professor
Computer Science
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Quantum computing, probabilistically checkable proofs, proofs, space complexity, approximating frequency, streamed data

Mario Szegedy is a Hungarian-born computer scientist, professor of computer science at Rutgers University. He received his Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Chicago.

Szegedy's research areas include complexity theory,…

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