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
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)