Theoretical Computer Science
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Matthias F. Stallmann
Professor of Computer Science
Department of Computer Science
Experimental Computer Science
My primary research interests are in combinational optimization with emphasis on dealing with intractability (NP-completeness), either by looking for polynomial special cases or developing heuristics that work well in practice. Current projects include
Useful tips for taking tests.
Other Information: Courses taught, curriculum ideas, etc.
I am the assessment/accreditation coordinator for the department.
I am a member and early service musician at Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
HTELC has an active campus ministry; Wednesday evening suppers provide a "home away from home" -- all are welcome (you don't have to be Lutheran).
My enjoyable pasttimes include:
Reading non-technical books and articles (history, religion, politics, literature).
A recent adventure: the seven bridges of Koenigsberg are now the five bridges of Kaliningrad.
More travel pictures
Biking and hiking.
Swimming in cold water (16 degrees C - do the math)
Playing guitar and violin
matt_stallmann AT ncsu.edu)
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