Dr. Kevin A. Angstadt
PhD, Computer Science and Engineering
University of Michigan
MCS (Master of Computer Science)
University of Virginia
B.S., Computer Science, Mathematics, and German Studies
St. Lawrence University
I am an assistant professor of computer science at St. Lawrence University where I am a member of the Department of Math, Computer Science, and Statistics. My research expertise is in the intersection of computer architecture, programming languages, and software engineering where I develop programming support for emerging hardware technologies. Additionally, I teach a breadth of computer science courses but generally focus on more systems-oriented courses.
In 2020, I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Michigan. My advisor was Westley Weimer. In 2016, I received a Master of Computer Science (MCS) from the University of Virginia. My co-advisors were Westley Weimer and Kevin Skadron. In 2014, I received a B.S. in Computer Science, Mathematics, and German Studies from St. Lawrence University. My academic advisors at St. Lawrence were Ed Harcourt (CS), and Dan Look (Math).
In my spare time, I enjoy (among other things) cooking, hiking, 3D printing and modeling, electronics, knitting, playing woodwind instruments, photography, and reading.
Previously, I was Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan. I was also an Engineering Teaching Consultant for the Center for Research and Learning on Teaching in Engineering at the University of Michigan. Prior to this, I was a Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Virginia and an Olive B. and Franklin C. Mac Krell Fellow at the Jefferson Scholars Foundation.
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