Graduated in December 2008
My research interests are primarily: Computer Architecture, Data Mining, Machine Learning, and Operating Systems.
I hold an MS and BS in Computer Science from SU, and am currently pursuing a PhD in Computer Science from UMBC. I am a member of two valuable professional organizations: ACM and IEEE, and encourage students (and others) to become members and particpate with these groups. I am the faculty advisor for the Shippensburg chapter of UPE and for the Cutter project.
- T. Briggs, "Constraint Generation and Reasoning in OWL", PhdThesis, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, November 2008, 3900 downloads.
- T. Briggs and T. Oates, "Discovering Domain-Specific Composite Kernels", InProceedings, Proceedings of the Twentieth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence and the Seventeenth Annual Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial intelligence, July 2005, 1824 downloads.