University Profiles

Tomas Marlowe

Thomas J. Marlowe, Ph.D.

Professor, Program Adviser for Computer Science

Department of Mathematics and 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

Academic Distinctions

  • Over 70 publications in refereed conferences and journals in mathematics, computer science and information science.

Professional Activities
  • 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.



Office Phone
(973) 761-9784


Office Location
Room 127
The Science and Technology Center


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