Richard R. Eckert

I received my PhD from the University of Kansas, taught at the Universidad de Oriente in Cumaná, Venezuela for two years, at the Universidad Católica de Puerto Rico for 12 years, and in 1983, joined the faculty of the Computer Science Department at SUNY Binghamton. I am now an Associate Professor.

My major research interests include computer science education, computer graphics, human-computer interaction, computer architecture, and microprocessor-based systems. I direct a small research laboratory for both graduate and undergraduate students called the Human-Computer Interface (HCI) Lab.

My hobbies include tennis, running, fly fishing, gardening, reading, writing, and music.

Courses Taught Recently (or soon to be taught) at Binghamton University

Some Research Stuff:

Summary of Recent Research Activities

Intelligent Tutoring System: German for Travelers

Resume and Publications

"I'd rather be a hammer than a nail!" (Simon & Garfunkel, from "El Condor Pasa")
-- But this nail can take it!!

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Last Modified: January 23, 2007;  Richard Eckert