Office Hours: MWF 10a-11a or By Appointment
|C S 235||Data Structures||Winter 2020|
|C S 142||Intro to Computer Programming||Fall 2020|
|C S 235||Data Structures||Fall 2020|
|C S 260||Web Programming||Fall 2020|
|C S 704R||Advanced Readings||Fall 2020|
|C S 235||Data Structures||Winter 2021|
|C S 235||Data Structures||Fall 2021|
|C S 260||Web Programming||Fall 2021|
Mark Clement received his PhD in Computer Science from Oregon State University in 1994. His BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering are from Brigham Young University. Before pursuing the PhD degree, Mark worked for Digital Equipment Corporation on their workstation products as a principal engineer in WSL. He also was a founder for ICON, a startup company which produced disk servers and database machines.
He is involved in family history research and manages the Family History Technology Laboratory as well as working on automated handwriting recognition.
Computer Science Department
Brigham Young University
3361 TMCB PO Box 26576
Provo, Utah 84602