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Eric Freudenthal

 
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Chemistry and Computer Science Building
El Paso Texas, 79968
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Eric Freudenthal
Associate Professor, Computer Science

Dr. Freudenthal has developed techniques for implementing secure and self-organizing systems, coordinating parallel and distributed computations, and recognizing objects in radar imagery. His current research examines robust and autonomic approaches for resource management in delay-intolerant devices such as smartphones, and the balancing of energy consumption with performance in high performance parallel systems.

Dr. Freudenthal also leads iMPaCT-STEM, an effort that develops programming activities integrated within mathematics and physics courses. iMPaCT-STEM activities are intended to both introduce students to programming and to strengthen students' conceptual understandings of these courses' primary learning outcomes.

KEYWORDS

  1. Autonomic systems
  2. Computer security
  3. CSE
  4. Memory management
  5. Operating systems
  6. STEM-ed

UTEP STRATEGIC AREAS

  1. Education for the 21st Century Demographic
  2. Energy & Environment
  3. National Defense & Border Security
  4. Cross-cutting: Emerging Technologies: Information Technology, Biotechnology & Nanotechnology