Eric Manley

Associate Professor of Computer Science
203D Howard Hall
515-271-2177
eric.manley@drake.edu
http://researchguides.drake.edu/eric-manley

Eric D. Manley, Associate Professor of Computer Science holds a B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science (2004, University of Nebraska at Omaha), an M.S. in Computer Science (2006, University of Nebraska-Lincoln), and a Ph.D. in Computer Science (2009, University of Nebraska-Lincoln).

His primary research interest is in computer networking with a recent focus on both theoretical and systems-level issues in network coding and all-optical networks. He also has a strong interest in computer science education and teaches a wide variety of computer science courses including introductory computer science, artificial intelligence, compilers, and computer ethics.

 

ArtSci News
February 8, 2016
Bill Nye, renowned scientist, inventor, and host of Bill Nye the Science Guy, will deliver the 36th installment of the Martin Bucksbaum Distinguished Lecture Series at Drake University.
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