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Before joining Manhattanville College in 2013, Dr. Munson was a member of the research staff at IBM’s T.J. Watson Research Center for 15 years. There he worked in a variety of domains, including collaboration systems, digital rights management, location-based services, telematics systems, and, most recently, cloud computing. Before he was a computer scientist, he was a mechanical engineer, and worked on simulation of physical systems such as aircraft engines. While he is first and foremost a technologist, Dr. Munson relishes the opportunities the college offers for synthesis of computation and the liberal arts. He teaches computer programming, database systems, data science, and algorithms.
Codework: A programming environment for classroom-based introductory computer programming instruction.
Research Staff Member
T.J. Watson Research Center, IBM
Applied Dynamics International
Computer Science, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Mechanical Engineering, Master of Science, University of Michigan
Religion/Ancient Civilization, Bachelor of Arts, Hope College
Models for Early Identification of Struggling Novice Programmers
"Metrics for Timely Assessment of Novice Programmers"
"Analyzing Novice Programmers' Response to Error Messages"
"Architecture and Performance of a Scalable Telemetry Acquisition and Distribution Infrastructure"
"Distributed Evaluation of Spatiotemporal Rules in a Ubiquitous Computing Environment"
"The XVC Framework for In-Vehicle User Interfaces"
"Services-Oriented Computing in a Ubiquitous Computing Platform"
"A Map-based Application Model for a Mobile Environment"
"A Rule-based System for Sense-and-Respond Telematics Services"