Rob LeGrand
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Associate Professor
e-mail: 
office phone:  325-486-5422
office location:  MCS 205I (see map)
office hours:  MTWRF 2:00–4:00 and by appointment
Finals week office hours

This week, I'll be available in my office by appointment and also

Monday
December 11th
Tuesday
December 12th
Wednesday
December 13th
thuRsday
December 14th
Friday
December 15th
10:30–12:00
and
2:00–4:00
9:00–10:00
and
4:00–5:00
2:30–5:00 2:00–4:00 2:00–4:00

Final-exam schedule

Fall 2017 courses
CS 1337: Computer Science II section 010 MWF 9:00–9:50 in MCS 115 Class information:
Blackboard
CS 3352: Theory of Algorithms section 020 MWF 11:00–11:50 in RAS 266
CS 3372: Handheld Game Development section 010 TR 9:30–10:45 in MCS 105
section 020 TR 11:00–12:15 in MCS 105
CS 4091: Evolving a Hex-Playing Agent section 030 F 4:00–4:50 in MCS 205I
Fall 2017 weekly schedule
MondayTuesdayWednesdaythuRsdayFriday
8:00–8:30
8:30–9:00
9:00–9:30CS 1337
in MCS 115
CS 1337
in MCS 115
CS 1337
in MCS 115
9:30–10:00CS 3372
in MCS 105
CS 3372
in MCS 105
10:00–10:30
10:30–11:00
11:00–11:30CS 3352
in RAS 266
CS 3372
in MCS 105
CS 3352
in RAS 266
CS 3372
in MCS 105
CS 3352
in RAS 266
11:30–12:00
12:00–12:30
12:30–1:00lunchlunchlunchlunchlunch
1:00–1:30
1:30–2:00
2:00–2:30office hours
in MCS 205I
office hours
in MCS 205I
office hours
in MCS 205I
office hours
in MCS 205I
office hours
in MCS 205I
2:30–3:00
3:00–3:30
3:30–4:00
4:00–4:30CS 4091
in MCS 205I
4:30–5:00
5:00–5:30
5:30–6:00

CS tutoring schedule

Research

My current research is in the related areas of computational social choice, algorithmic game theory and artificial intelligence (particularly multi-agent systems and machine learning).  I serve as a research partner with MedHab, a manufacturer of electronic medical devices.  Selected publications (some listed on my ACM author page and my ResearchGate page):

Full curriculum vitae

ASU Research Guide for Computer Science

Education
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[Texas A&M logo]
  • M.C.S., Computer Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, 1999  (Research in cryptography and algorithms)
  • B.S., Computer Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, 1998  (Minor in mathematics)