Assistant Professor of Computer Sciences (1990)
B.S., computer science/physics, University of Dayton, 1984; M.S., computer science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1987; Ph.D., 1991.
Dr. Russo's general research interests include operating systems, programming languages (especially object-oriented design/programming), computer security and computer networking. His current specific areas of research include applying object-oriented design techniques to the design and construction of distributed operating systems, distributed object systems, garbage collection algorithms for non-cooperative distributed programming environments, type systems for object-oriented programming languages, and campus-wide wireless internetworking.
Projects: Crosspoint Project, The Renaissance Object-Oriented Operating System, Garbage Collection for Object-Oriented Software, Module Constructs for Object-Oriented and Functional Languages
Russo's home page
CS Annual Report - 19 APR 1996