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CSE Seminar Series: Matthew Morrison - Recursion Fundamentals, Examples, and Real-World Applications

Start:

7/13/2018 at 2:00PM

End:

7/13/2018 at 3:30PM

Location:

116 DeBartolo

Host:

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Shreya Kumar

Shreya Kumar

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Department of Computer Science and Engineering Assistant Professional Specialist
College of Engineering Assistant Professional Specialist
Department of Computer Science and Engineering Assistant Teaching Professor
Dr. Kumar's research interests areas are Software Engineering, Human Computer Interaction, Gerontechnology, Digital Literacy Initiatives, and recruitment of women in STEM fields.
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Recursion is the use of a procedure, subroutine, function, or algorithm that calls itself one or more times until a specified condition is met. In this lecture, recursion is formally defined and related to the undergraduate student through several real-world examples, including factorials, sorting, trees, toys, and art.

Seminar Speaker:

Dr. Matthew Morrison

Dr. Matthew Morrison

University of Mississippi

Dr. Morrison received his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of South Florida in 2014. He served as aNuclear Electronics Technician in the United States Navy from 1999-2005. Dr. Morrison’s research focuses include low-power hardware security, as well as smart and connected health in athletic and space environments. At USF, he received the Provost's Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Graduate Teaching Assistant in 2012, the Spirit of Innovation Research Award in 2013, and the Outstanding Dissertation Award in 2014. At the University of Mississippi, he received the School of Engineering's Junior Faculty Research Award in 2017 and the OutstandingTeaching Award in 2018. He has received Best Paper Awards at IEEE ISVLSI, IEEE ISEC, and Cadence CDNLive. He is also the recipient of the 2018 National Academic Advising Network's (NACADA) Global Outstanding Advising Award for Faculty.