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David Alex Lamb

Associate Professor and Curriculum Coordinator
School of Computing, Queen's University at Kingston, Ontario (see directions or Google Maps)
Office: Goodwin Hall, Room 626; Lab: Goodwin 624

During Fall 2021 I am teaching CISC 897: Research Methods in Computing. During the first half of 2022 I will be on sabbatical, but available to supervise some CISC 499 projects.

If you have questions about academic advising first check the School's Frequently Asked Questions and Enrollment News pages. If your question isn't answered there, or if you want to make an appointment with an advisor, contact the undergraduate advising email address.

I usually 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 workday.

Research interests. I generally work in software design methodologies and software architecture.

I received a Ph.D from Carnegie-Mellon in 1983, and am a member of ACM, IEEE, and Sigma Xi.
Mathematics genealogy. Google Scholar. ResearchGate
The ACM Digital Library mixes my work with that of a different David Lamb; look for D.A. Lamb or David Alex Lamb.