Computer Science Department
Steve Homer is a Professor of Computer Science
in The College of Arts and Sciences, Co-Director of
The Center for Reliable Information Systems and Cyber Security,
and a member of the Center for Computational Science.
His research interests are in theoretical computer science, specifically
complexity theory, quantum computing,
learning theory, and parallel and probabilistic algorithms.
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Current research is in three areas of theoretical computer science,
complexity theory, quantum computing and experimental algorithms.
Some Selected Papers
in these areas are available.
CS 131 Combinatoric Structures - Fall 2012
CS 530 Graduate Algorithms - Spring 2013
Turing 100 Symposium:
The Symposium takes place November 11 and 12 and is part
of the 2012-2013 BU Colloquium for the Philosophy of Science.
Office: MCS 281