Thomas J. Marlowe, Ph.D.
Professor, Program Advisor for Computer Science
Dr. Marlowe is the founder of an ongoing professional conference, and co-founder of a new workshop on collaboration.
I have been a member of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Seton Hall University for over 30 years, and have taught a wide variety of courses in both disciplines.
I enjoy working with students and with professional colleagues-- almost all my research is collaborative. My professional interests include in mathematics, abstract algebra and discrete mathematics; in computer science, programming languages, real-time systems, and software engineering, and in information science, collaboration and knowledge management. The connection between graphs and algebraic structures is a recurrent theme.
Personally, I enjoy cooking and dining, reading, and listening to a wide variety of music. I also sing and write, but for personal consumption only.
- Ph.D., Computer Science, Rutgers, The State University
- Ph.D., Mathematics, Rutgers, The State University
- M.S., Computer Science, Rutgers, The State University
- Over 70 publications in refereed conferences and journals in mathematics, computer science and information science.
- Member of more than 10 Ph. D. thesis and 5 M.S. thesis committees
- Member of more than 20 conference program committees.
- Reviewer for numerous conferences, journals, and grants.
- A Coupled Differential Equation Model for Multi-drug Lipid Lowering Therapy for Hypercholesterolaemia
Bulletin of New Jersey Academy of Science, 55(1), 19-22,
- A Classification of Collaborative Knowledge
Workshop on Knowledge Generation, Communication and Management (KGCM 2010),
- High-level Component Interfaces for Collaborative Development: A Proposal
Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics, and Informatics, 7(6), 1- 6,
- Interprocedural Dataflow Analysis in the Presence of Large Libraries
Proceedings of CC 2006, 216, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3923,
- Multisource Data Flow Problems
ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems, 17(5), 777 - 803,
- Polynomial-Time Program Transformations and Schedulability Analysis of Parallel Real-time Programs with Restricted Resource Contention
Journal of Real-Time Systems, 4(4),
- Properties of data flow frameworks: A unified model
Acta Informatica, 28(2), 121- 164,