Visiting Assistant Professor
Classes This Winter 2016
- CSC 109 - Computer Programming for Engineers.
Matthew Anderson started as a
visiting assistant professor in
the Computer Science department
of Union College in fall 2014!
Before joining Union, Matt spent the summer working on Algebraic
Complexity at the The
Technion in Haifa, Israel under the supervision of
Shpilka. After completing his Ph.D. Matt did post-doctoral research
in Descriptive and Algebraic Complexity at
the University of
Laboratory under the supervision of
Professor Anuj Dawar for
almost two years.
Matthew completed his
Ph.D. thesis Advancing Algebraic
and Logical Approaches to Circuit Lower Bounds
in Computer Sciences at
the University of Wisconsin-Madison
in May 2012 and was advised by
Professor Dieter van
Melkebeek. Matthew completed his Master's Degree
in Computer Science at
the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Prior to coming to Madison, he received Bachelor's Degrees
in Computer Science
from Carnegie Mellon University in
Theory of Computing, Computational Complexity, Algebraic Complexity,
Circuit Complexity, Descriptive Complexity, Derandomization, Lower