Computer science theory assesses which problems are possible and feasible to solve through theories of computability, undecidability, complexity, reducibility, and approximability.
Research in Algorithms involves the best ways to formulate computational tasks as well as solve them in various serial, parallel, streaming, and distributed environments.
UB Distinguished Professor; Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering; Adjunct Professor of Structural Biology; Senior Research Scientist at the Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute
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