Dr. Stuart Zweben
M.S. 1971 Statistics, Ph.D. 1974 Computer Science
Dr. Stuart Zweben received his MS in Statistics in 1971 and his PhD in CS in 1974, both from Purdue University. He is currently a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the Ohio State University. He chaired the department he is in from 1994-2005, and served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Administration in the College of Engineering at Ohio State. Zweben is a fellow and former president of ACM (The Association for Computing Machinery), a fellow and former president of The Computing Sciences Accreditation Board (CSAB), and a fellow of ABET. He currently serves as Vice Chair of the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET and on the editorial board of the Empirical Software Engineering Journal. He also chairs the Surveys Committee for the Computing Research Association which conducts the annual Taulbee Survey of Ph.D.-granting computer science and computer engineering departments in North America.
Zweben's research interests are in software engineering and computer science education. He has special interests in the testing of object-based software, and in doing empirical studies to assess the effectiveness of various software engineering principles and practices.
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This informal presentation will review some of the major elements of my professional career, including why I chose Purdue for graduate work and a couple of the trials and tribulations I endured while there. I'll talk about by research and about the various leadership opportunities I had during my career (at Ohio State and in ACM, CRA, CSAB, and ABET) and what I tried to accomplish in those capacities, as well as some of the lessons learned along the way.
Last Updated: April 21, 2010 10:52AM