This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
, USA 43762 Telephone: (614) 826-8307 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org web: http://muskingum.edu/~ralph
EDUCATION 1975 1971-74 1970-71 1965-70 University of Michigan, Postdoctoral Fellow, Computational Science University of Michigan, Ph.D. in Bioengineering University of Michigan, M.S. in Bioengineering University of Cincinnati, B.S. in Chemical Engineering
PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS 2004-05 Visiting Professor, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio 2000 Visiting Instructor, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado 1994Professor of Computer Science, Mathematics and Computer Science Department, Muskingum College 1988-89 Visiting Associate Professor, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado 1983-88 Chair, Mathematics and Computer Science Department, Muskingum College 1987 Coordinator, Science Division, Muskingum College 1987 Visiting Associate Professor, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 1986 Visiting Researcher, IMAG, University of Grenoble, Grenoble, France 1984-94 Associate Professor of Computer Science, Mathematics and Computer Science Department, Muskingum College 1984 Research Consultant, Computer Science Group, SDRC, Cincinnati, Ohio 1981-84 Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science Department, Muskingum College 1978-81 Senior Systems Analyst, Advanced Development Department, NCR Corporation 1977-78 Assistant Computer Center Director, Medical University of South Carolina 1976-78 Assistant Professor, Physiology Department, Medical University of South Carolina 1975-76 Associate in Physiology, Medical University of South Carolina 1974-75 National Kidney Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Michigan 1970-74 NIH Pre-doctoral Fellow and Teaching Assistant, University of Michigan 1966-69 Co-op Engineer, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio
CURRENT RESEARCH AREAS Bioinformatics
DNA Computing Networking applications of agents and artificial life Evolutionary computation and artificial intelligence Design and application of neural networks and genetic algorithms Applications of virtual reality to software design methodologies
PREVIOUS RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 1988-89 learning Graphical language design via Prolog 1986 University of Grenoble, Grenoble, France AI-based user-interface design University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado Applied connectionist neural networks to user-interface design and meta-
SDRC, Cincinnati, Ohio Portable user-interfaces for use in integrated computer-aided manufacturing (Air Force ICAM project) 1980-86 Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio Design and implementation of syntax-directed programming environments Graphical interfaces to procedural languages Implementation of a LISP interpreter in VMS Pascal Design and implementation of a high level robotics environment in Modula-
2 1978-80 NCR, Cambridge, Ohio Feasibility and implementation studies of the COBOL, NCRL, and extended Pascal languages on terminal systems Feasibility studies of the usage of next generation microprocessors on new terminal systems Design and programming of advanced terminal operating systems and compilers for extended Pascal 1975-78 Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina Computer-based modeling and simulation of transcellular water movement Optimization techniques for selecting candidate neuro-transmitter transport mechanisms in the synaptosome Design and implementation of software languages for laboratory instruction Microcomputer-based computer-aided instruction Design and programming of interactive graphics/plotter packages for OS/8 systems 1970-75 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan Modeling and simulation of the human cardiovascular system during hemodialysis
Computer-based optimal control techniques for analyzing and controlling neural hypotension during hemodialysis Effects of roller pump trauma on red cell degredation Statistical database analysis of risk factors in coronary heart disease using computer systems Graphical electrocardiogram analysis via computer-based pattern recognition Forecasting methods for hospital scheduling and cost reduction using parameter optimization Design and programming of analog and digital computer simulations of human respiratory and circulatory systems 1965-70 Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio Artificial red cell synthesis via microencapsulation Fluidized-bed applications to microencapsulation Characterization of exothermic capsule systems Microcapsular slow-release modelling Polymer characterization1969-1970 University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Computer simulation of thermal effluent dissipation downstream from power plants 1970 Proctor and Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio Model systems for studying diffusion of bacteriostatic agents through human skin
SOFTWARE EXPERIENCE Access Ada Aglets Assembly Language (several) BASIC C, C++, C# COBOL Common LISP FORTRAN HTML Java Linux MODULA - 2 NCRL NT OCCAM OpenGL Oracle Pascal
PEX Perl Phigs Prolog Python Scheme SIMAN SIMCRIPT SLAM-II SQL SQL-Server SunOS Visual Studio & VisualStudio.NET VMS WindowsXX
TEACHING EXPERIENCE Ada Programming undergraduate Advanced Languages undergraduate Algorithms undergraduate and graduate Alternative Computing undergraduate and graduate Animation undergraduate Applied Mathematics undergraduate Artificial Intelligence undergraduate Artificial Life undergraduate Assembly Language undergraduate Calculus undergraduate C, C++, C# Programming undergraduate Cardiovascular Physiology undergraduate and graduate COBOL programming undergraduate Computer Architecture undergraduate Compiler Construction undergraduate Computer Graphics undergraduate and graduate Computer Networking undergraduate Computer Science I undergraduate Computer Science II undergraduate Computer Science Seminar undergraduate Data Structures undergraduate Database Systems undergraduate Differential Equations undergraduate FORTRAN programming undergraduate Graphical Animation undergraduate Human Physiology undergraduate and graduate Introductory Comp. Sci. undergraduate and graduate Java Programming undergraduate Lisp Programming for AI undergraduate and graduate
Microprocessor Design Multimedia Design Numerical Analysis Neural Networks Operating Systems Physiology of Exercise Programming Projects Simulation Topics in CS Theory Vistas of Natural Science
undergraduate undergraduate undergraduate undergraduate undergraduate undergraduate undergraduate and graduate undergraduate and graduate undergraduate undergraduate
HONORS, AWARDS, AND GRANTS 1995 Diffusive Reinforcement in Neural Networks, Green Foundation Grant 1991-92 Application of Tetrahedral Neural Network System to Human/Computer Interaction, Mack Foundation Grant 1990 Neural Net Expert System in Geology, Green Foundation Grant 1986-88 CSNet Communication Network Grant, NSF 1986 Intelligent User Interfaces Grant, Mack Foundation Grant 1983 Portable Robotics Software Environment, Mack Foundation Grant 1976-78 Cardiovascular Modelling Grant, NIH Grant 1975 National Kidney Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship Award 1973 Outstanding Graduate Bioengineer Award, University of Michigan 1970-74 Predoctoral Fellowship, National Institute of General Medical Science 1970 Undergraduate degree conferred magna cum laude, Univ. of Cincinnati Kappa Mu Epsilon Mensa Phi Eta Sigma Phi Lamba Upsilon Tau Beta Pi
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Association for Computing Machinery Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Mathematics Association of America Sigma Xi
PATENTS Microencapsulation, U.S. #3,843,557
CONFERENCES, SYMPOSIA, AND WORKSHOPS
Ohio Nanotechnology Summit 2006 – Columbus, Ohio – April, 2006 ACM Meeting on the Integration of Technology into Computer Science Education (ITiCSE 2002)Aarhus, Denmark - June, 2002 Symposium on Nanotechnology and Microtechnology - Ann Arbor - May, 2002 ACM SIGCSE '2002 - Cincinnati - February, 2002 Midwest Conference on Artificial Intelligence - Oxford, Ohio - April, 2001 ACM SIGCSE '99 Conference – New Orleans - March, 1999 7th International Conference on Genetic Algorithms – East Lansing, MI - July, 1997 Neural and Information Processing Symposium (NIPS) – Denver, CO, December, 1996 DOE Seminar on Applications of Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic, and Genetic Algorithms Pittsburgh, October, 1994 NSF Workshop on Computer Literacy - Brooklyn College, NY - May,1993 (invited participant) IEEE International Conference on Neural Network and Fuzzy Systems - San Francisco, CA April,1993 NSF Workshop on Software Development using Cleanroom Engineering- Rochester Institute, NY - June, 1992 (invited participant) NSF Workshop on Analysis and Development of Inverse Problems -University of Cincinnati May, 1992 (invited participant) SIGGRAPH '91 - Las Vegas - August, 1991 Computer Applications in Artificial Intelligence '91 - Miami Beach - February, 1991 NSF Workshop on Software Engineering- Rochester Institute, NY - June, 1990 (invited participant) ACM-CSC '90 Computer Science Conference - Washington, DC - February, 1990 Neural and Information Processing Symposium - Denver, CO - November, 1988 Net '88 - Washington, DC - May, 1988 (invited participant) SIGCHI - Toronto, Ontario - March, 1987
Ohio Collegiate Computer Science Conference - March, 1987 SIGCHI - Boston, MA - March, 1986 ACM-CSC '86 Computer Science Conference - Cincinnati, Ohio - February, 1986 International Workshop on the Software Process and Software Environments – Rochester, NY August, 1985 International Conference on Computers in Education - Norfolk, Virginia - July, 1985 National Computer Conference - Chicago, Illinois - July, 1985 ACM-CSC '84 Computer Science Conference - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - February, 1984 DECUS Symposium - St. Louis, Missouri - May, 1983 MAA Ohio Section Meeting - Marietta College - Marietta, Ohio - May, 1983 ACM-CSC '83 Computer Science Conference - Orlando, Florida - February, 1983 National Sigma Xi Convention - Dallas, Texas - October, 1982 ACM '82 Conference - Dallas, Texas - October, 1982 Workshop on Program Correctness - Wang Computer Institute - Tyngsboro, Mass.- June, 1982 MAA Summer Computer Science Workshop - Denison University - Granville, Ohio - June, 1982 13th ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium - Indianapolis, Indiana - February, 1982
INVITED ADDRESSES AND PRESENTATIONS University of Akron, 2005. Computer Animation and Panda. University of Colorado, Boulder. 1989. Auras as Visual Objects & Control Via Recurrent Neural Networks. Ohio Collegiate Computer Science Conference. 1987. Applications of visual objects and programming in computer science. International Workshop on the Software Process and Software Environments. 1985. Cognitive Aspects of Environment Design. Midwest Regional ACM Conference. 1985. Visual Data Structures.
DPMA Section Meeting. 1984. Portable Relational Database and Forms Systems. ICAM Project Meeting. 1984. Design of a Forms-Based Forms Editor. MAA Ohio Section Meeting. 1983. Modula-2: Usage in Modeling and Simulation. MAA Ohio Section Workshop. 1982. The First Course in Computer Science. MAA Ohio Section Meeting. 1981. Microprocessor Evolution. NCR, Technical Review. 1980. Architectural Review of the NS16032 Microprocessor. NCR, Corporate Review. 1979. "Next-Generation" Microprocessor Terminal Architectures. Medical University of South Carolina, Colloquium. 1975. Hypotension during Hemodialysis in Humans. National Institutes of Health, Colloquium. 1974. Simulation of the Human Cardiovascular System during Artificial Kidney Treatment.
PUBLICATIONS Lawhead, P., Duncan, M., Bland, C., Goldweber, M., Schep, M., Barnes, D. & R. Hollingsworth. 2003. A Road Map for Teaching Introductory Programming Using LEGO© Mindstorms Robots. ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 35(2). 2003. J. F. Habibi and R. G. Hollingsworth. 1993. The Gap of the Graph of a Linear Transformation. Tamkang J. of Math. 3(26).E. W. Law and R. G. Hollingsworth. 1991. Using XRD Data and a Feedforward Neural Network to Study the Distribution of Clay Minerals in SE Ohio, The Ohio Journal of Science (91):32.E. W. Law and R. G. Hollingsworth. 1990. Bezuszka, S.J., Hollingsworth, R. G., Small, D. B., Williams, W. H. 1990. Assessment Report for Monclair State College, Mathematics and Computer Science Department. Hollingsworth, R. G. 1984. Design Specification for a Forms-Based Forms Editor. ICAM Technical Report. Hollingsworth, R. G. 1983. Color Graphics as a User Interface to the Pascal Language. Proceedings of the ACM '83 Computer Science Conference. Hollingsworth, R. G., and J. B. Townsend. 1983. An Interactive Pascal Environment for VMS. Proceedings of the Digital Equipment Users Society, Spring Session: 352-356. Katz, S., R. G. Hollingsworth, and H. T. Carter. 1981. A Computer-Based Laboratory in Cardiovascular Physiology. Frontiers in Physiology.
Wheeler, D. D. and R. G. Hollingsworth. 1979. A Model of GABA Transport by Cortical Synaptosomes from Long-Evans Rat. J. of Neuroscience Res. 4:265-289. Mathes, G., R. G. Hollingsworth, D. Harms, and A. Chanasyk. 1978. COBOL Application Benchmark Studies. Internal NCR Document. Harms, D., R. G. Hollingsworth, G. Mathes, and D. Anderson. 1978. Interpretive COBOL for POS Terminals. Internal NCR Document. Wheeler, D. D. and R. G. Hollingsworth. 1977. A Model of High Affinity Glutamic Acid Transport by Cortical Synaptosomes from the Long-Evans rat. J. of Neurochemistry 30:1311-1319. Katz, S., R. G. Hollingsworth, H. T. Carter, and J. G. Blackburn. 1977. Computer-Based Laboratory in Physiology. Fall Proceedings of the Association for the Development of Computerized Instructional Systems. Hollingsworth, R. G. 1977. Simulation of Transcapillary Water Movement Resulting from "NonOncotic" Osmotic Forces. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology. Hollingsworth, R. G., P. H. Abbrecht, and G. A. Rigg. 1977. Experimental and Computer Simulation Study of Possible Causes of Hemodialysis-Induced Hypotension. Summer Computer Simulation Conference Proceedings, 529-538. Hollingsworth, R. G. and H. T. Carter. 1976. An Interactive Regression-Plotting Program for Novice Computer Users. Proceedings of the Digital Equipment Users Society 2(4):801-804. Hollingsworth, R. G., P. H. Abbrecht, and G. A. Rigg. 1976. Experimental and Computer Simulation Study of Possible Causes of Hemodialysis-Induced Hypotension. Transactions of the American Society for Artificial Internal Organs.
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
We've moved you to where you read on your other device.
Get the full title to continue reading from where you left off, or restart the preview.