Evan Golub

1210 Brendan Iribe Center
Department of Computer Science
University of Maryland
egolub AT cs.umd.edu
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Evan Golub, Ph.D. is a Principal Lecturer and Researcher in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Maryland and an Assistant Director of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab. He has been involved in the creation of, or modification of, numerous courses across the curriculum at the University. His research interests have ranged from artificial intelligence and concurrent programming to theoretical computer science but currently focus on children and technology, educational classroom technologies, ubiquitous computing, and creativity support tools. In these areas he works to understand how technology can be utilized by users across the spectrum of skill and experience bases to achieve a variety of goals. He disseminates his results through submissions to journals and to conferences.

His research approach commonly incorporates student involvement; at both the graduate and undergraduate level. He sees his work with students not only as a part of his role as educator but also a valuable part of both the creative and research processes. He has co-authored a textbook on Information Technology, and authored a Visual C++ workbook and Student Response System faculty guidebook, and is an avid photographer and photojournalist.



Principal Lecturer, Computer Science
Assistant Director, HCIL


Human-Computer Interaction
Intergenerational Design Teams
Educational Technology


Ph.D. (May 1999) in Computer Science : University of Maryland, College Park
      "Empirical Studies in Parallel Sorting" (UM Technical Report 4038)

M.S. (May 1995) in Computer Science: University of Maryland, College Park
      "Issues in Implementing PARKA Using the Techniques of Chaos" (UM Technical Report CSC 945)

B.S. (June 1991) in Computer & Information Science: Brooklyn College, CUNY

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