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|C S 501R||Adv Topics in Computer Sci||Winter 2022|
|C S 236||Discrete Structure||Fall 2022|
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Michael A. Goodrich received his PhD at Brigham Young University in 1996 from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department under the direction of Dr. Wynn Stirling. Following graduation, he completed a two year postdoctoral research associate position at Nissan CBR in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His doctoral work was in intelligent control, and his post-doctoral research was in computational models of intelligent human behavior. He spent one year as a research assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at Brigham Young University. He is currently a Professor of Computer Science at BYU.