Kurt Eiselt

Kurt Eiselt

After far too many years in grad school, I finally received my Ph.D. in Information and Computer Science in 1989 from the University of California, Irvine. My dissertation described a computational model of the mechanisms employed by readers to resolve lexical ambiguities, and how they recover when a decision about how to resolve an ambiguity later proves to be incorrect. If you're interested in finding out more about this work, there are some relevant publications that you may be able to find in your favorite university research library, but only if you look really really hard.

These days, I don't do research in natural language. And I don't have any administrative responsibilities either. I'm now a full-time instructor working with incredibly talented students.

In the Fall of 2003, I taught CS 1321X, an accelerated offering of CS 1321, our introductory course in computing. You can find out more about this version of CS 1321 at the class website. In Spring of 2004, I'm one of several instructors involved with CS 1371, Computing for Engineers. You can find out more about this course here.

If you have questions about either of these courses, please don't hesitate to contact me:

Kurt Eiselt
(and former Assistant Professor, Director of Student Services, Assistant Dean, Associate Dean, and Director of Undergraduate Education)
College of Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0280

Last revised: January 27, 2004