Dr. Paul Logasa Bogen II

Who am I?

I am a 1st year postdoctoral research fellow at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. I earned my doctorate in 2011 at Texas A&M University in the Center for Study of Digital Libraries. I recieved my B.S. from Texas A&M University in December 2004.

As a graduate student I served as Vice President and Secretary of the Computer Science Graduate Student Association, a system administrator in the Center for the Study of Digital Libraries, a researcher for the Walden's Paths Project. I have also worked on the IERE Study.

As an undergraduate student at A&M I had been the President of TACS, served on our Student Engineers' Council, worked for both the Civil Engineering Department and the Center for the Study of Digital Libraries, interned at Intel in Phoenix, and studied abroad in Poland.

Interests?

Digital Libraries, Information Retrieval, Information Science, Hypertext,Hyperfiction, Intelligent User Interfaces, Usability, Natural Language Programing, Computational Linguistics, Social Impacts of Technology.

Applicable Course Work

Undergraduate:
  • Computer Science: Computer-Human Interaction, Computers and New Media, Structures of Information Interaction
  • Philosphy: Symbolic Logic, Theory of Knowledge, Theory of the Mind
  • Lingusitics: Introduction to Linguisitics.
Graduate:
  • Computer-Human Interaction
  • Software Engineering
  • Intelligent User Interfaces
  • Information Retrieval
  • Digital Humanities
  • Sketch Recognition
  • Hypertext
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Communications and Technology

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