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Dr. Razvan Andonie

Professor, Director of the Computational Science Masters Program
Computer Science Department, Central Washington University
400 East University Way, Ellensburg, WA 98926, USA
Phone: (509) 963-1430, “my last name”
Office: Hebeler 214-E, Office Hours

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Research Interests

My current research areas are: neural networks, machine learning, cognitive computing, computational intelligence, parallel computing. I am especially interested in applications and in implementing computational intelligence solutions on massively parallel and distributed architectures.


PhD in Mathematics/Computer Science, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Bucharest, Romania.

Dissertation: Syntactic and Informational Aspects of Pattern Recognition. Advisor: Solomon Marcus, Fellow of the Romanian Academy.

I can trace my PhD adviser relations back 14 generations over 350 years, in forward chronological order: Erhard Weigel (1650), Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1666), Jacob Bernoulli, Johann Bernoulli (1694), Leonhard Euler (1726), Joseph Louis Lagrange, Simeon Denis Poisson, Michel Chasles (1814), Gaston Darboux (1866), Emil Borel (1893) and Henri Lebesque (1902), Paul Montel (1907), Miron Nicolescu (1928), Solomon Marcus (1956), Razvan Andonie (1984).

Master of Science in Mathematics/Computer Science, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

In the Shanghai World Academic Ranking (2013), this department is in position 101-150.


Online Textbook

Fundamental Algorithms - A C++ View (in Romanian), by R. Andonie and I. Garbacea, Libris, Cluj-Napoca, 1995, ISBN 973-96494-5-9, Cover design: Zoltan Albert*

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