SIGCSE 2003 Doctoral Consortium



Name School Title of Research e-mail
Elizabeth P. Morris Texas Tech University Machine Learning Approach to Automate Classification of Literature in a SAM Research Database emorris@TTACS.TTU.EDU
H. Chad Lane University of Pittsburgh An Intelligent Tutoring System for Novice Program Design
Stephen P. Carl Wright State University A Component-Based Framework for Memory Management Studies
Hector Gerardo Perez Gonzalez University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Learning Object Oriented Design Through Automatic Model Generation From Natural Language Problem Statements
Phil Ventura University of Buffalo, SUNY On the Origins of Programmers:  Indentifying Predictors of Success for an Objects-First CS1
Gary Schubert West Virginia University CS1 CS2 Considered Harmful
Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk Univeristy of Texas at Austin The Acquisition of Intellectual Exertise:  A Computational Theory
Peter DePasquale Virginia Tech Improving Learning of Programming Through the Implementation of Language Levels in Program Development
Jamika D. Burge Virginia Tech Developing a Cognitive Model for Collaboration
William C. Harris City University of New York Protocols for Accessing a Remote Controlled Robotics Laboratory Using an Asynchronous Distance Learning Network Tool
Felicia Doswell Virginia Tech A Framework for Providing Strong Cache Consistency on the Web
Cheryl D. Seals Virginia Tech A Framework Supporting Educational Software Reuse:  Simulation Builder for Teachers
Adrienne Decker University of Buffalo, SUNY I Want to be a Computer Scientist when I Grow Up:  Evaluating the Skills Necessary for Computer Science
Matt Jadud University of Kent at Canterbury Little Languages for Little Robots