D.A. Lamb

David Alex Lamb

Associate Professor and Assistant Undergraduate Chair
School of Computing
Queen's University at Kingston, Ontario (see directions)
Office: Goodwin Hall, Room 626; Lab: Goodwin 624
Email; I do not read email after I leave work for the day, so if you mail in the afternoon or evening or on weekends, don't expect a response until the next weekday.
Notes on teaching and academic advising.

In 2016-17 I am coordinating CISC 498: Information Technology Project, CISC 499: Advanced Undergraduate Project (see my own projects), and CISC 500: Undergraduate Thesis. In Fall 2016 I will be teaching a limited-enrollment section of CISC 322: Software Architecture.
Schedule: Fall 2016
Usually on campus Mon-Fri 9:00-3:00 except:
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
9:30-10:30 usually reserved for course preparation

10:30-12:00
Office hours

12:30-13:30
CISC 322 Lecture

Sometimes stay for 3:30-4:30 School meetings
10:30-11:00
coffee break

12:00-2:00
Advising (appointment only)
9:30-11:00
usually reserved for course preparation

11:30-12:30
CISC 322 Lecture
10:30-11:00
coffee break

12:00-13:00
Office hour

13:30-14:30
CISC 322 Lecture

14:30-15:30 Seminars in some weeks.
8:30-11:30
CISC 498 in some weeks.

Reserved for reading and research otherwise
If my door is shut, don't knock; I'm either not here or working on something it would be disruptive to interrupt.

I received a Ph.D from Carnegie-Mellon in 1983, and am a member of ACM, IEEE, and Sigma Xi.

Advising

Since a lot of students have the same sort of questions, and all the advisors need to focus on helping students who have special circumstances, consult the School's FAQ and my notes on academic advising.