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California State University, Long Beach

Computer Engineering & Computer Science (CECS)

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Dr. Todd Ebert


Spring 2015 Schedule

Schedule Sem/Lab Time Days Room
CECS 328-01 SEM 10:00-10:50AM MW VEC-330
CECS 328-02 LAB 11:00-12:15PM MW ECS-403
CECS 528-01 SEM 7:00-8:15PM MW VEC-330
CECS 551-01 SEM 5:30-6:45PM MW VEC-402
CECS 628-01 SEM 7:00-8:15PM MW VEC-330
CECS 651-01 SEM 5:30-6:45PM MW VEC-402


Todd Ebert is a CSULB alumnus who received his Ph.D. in Mathematics in 1998 from UC Santa Barbara. It was there that he studied Complexity Theory under Dr. Ron Book. Dr. Ebert's Ph.D. dissertation is credited with introducing the now famous Hat Problem for which articles have appeared in both the New York Times and Scientific American. Upon graduating from UCSB, Dr. Ebert spent two years at Arcadia Design Systems in San Jose, working in software research and development. Eager to return to teaching and his Southern California roots, Dr. Ebert served as a lecturer for one year at UC Irvine before accepting his current position at CSU Long Beach in the Department of Computer Engineering and Computer Science. Currently he enjoys teaching courses in discrete structures, modeling and simulation, data structures and algorithms, and artificial intelligence. Dr. Ebert's current research interests lie in constraint programming, including high-level languages for stating constraint problems, and robust algorithms for solving them.

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