Computer Science Faculty

David Gillman
Assistant Professor of Computer Science 941-487-4370

Ph.D. in Mathematics, MIT
B.A., Yale

David Gillman joins the New College faculty in the fall of 2013. He returns to teaching after having worked at Iterated Systems, Inc., and Akamai Technologies, Inc. He teaches programming, software engineering, and advanced courses on computational tools, topics, and theory. His research interests are the Internet, image processing, and the use of computers for health care and the civic good.  

Karsten Henckell
Professor of Mathematics & Computer Science 941-487-4387

M.A., Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley 
B.A., University of Hamburg

Professor Henckell teaches courses in computation theory, artificial intelligence, discrete math and calculus. He has published several articles in the International Journal of Algebra and Computation onaperiodic pointlikes, stable pairs, and ordered and idempotent pointlike sets.

Harvey Hyman
Visiting Professor of Computer Science 941-487-4223

Ph.D., University of South Florida
MBA, Charleston Southern University
J.D., University of Miami
BBA, Florida International University

Professor Hyman has had a diverse career as an attorney, veteran, inventor and software developer. He holds the rank of chief petty officer in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve and served in Operation Iraqi Freedom. He has been licensed to practice law in the State of Florida since 1993.

Gary Kalmanovich
Assistant Professor of Computer Science 941-487-4171

Ph.D. Northwestern University
M.S. University of Chicago
M.S. University of Illinois U-C
B.S. University of Illinois U-C

Interests: Algorithms, Optimization, Stochastic System and Time-Series Modeling, Machine Learning, Quantitative Finance.

Matthew Lepinski
Assistant Professor of Computer Science 941-487-4660

Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
B.S., Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Professor Lepinski has broad interests covering cyber-security, computer networks, and software development. Prior to joining the New College faculty, he worked for nine years at BBN Technologies. His work in industry focused on transitioning security and privacy technologies from the academic literature to use in real-world systems.

[Did you know?]

Of all science graduates since 1967 at New College, roughly one-third have earned an M.D. or Ph.D.

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