Arvind K. Bansal


Description:

Dr. Bansal received B. Tech. in Electrical Engineering and M. Tech. in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India, and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA . He is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at Kent State University .   He has served as a summer research faculty in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory,IL, USA , has been a visiting research scientist at Biocomputing unit at European Molecular Biology Laboratory at Heidelberg, Germany, and has been a CRC fellow at Department of Computer Science at The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia and The Australian AI Institute.   His research contributions are in the fields of logic programming, distributed multimedia knowledge bases and information retrieval, theory of fault tolerance in agent based languages, automated genome comparison, automated derivation of metabolic pathways, evolutionary analysis, and distributed multimedia environments and languages. His current research interests are distributed biocomputing fault tolerant models of artificial intelligence; Internet based multimedia computing environments and languages; medical informatics; and emotion analysis.

Curriculum Vitae
Dept. of Computer Science
Kent State University
Kent, Ohio 44242, USA
Phone: 1-330-672-9035
Email: arvind@cs.kent.edu

 

Research

Teaching

v  Title: Introduction to Programming Languages

v  Area: Principles of Programming Languages

v  Publisher: CRC Press

v  ISBN: 978-146-6565142

v  Text book for undergraduate computer science students

v  Reference book for graduate courses in programming languages

v  Available at: CRC Press, Amazon, Barnes and Nobles, Major book stores