Phone: (603) 535-2307
Office: Memorial 214
About Professor Roberson
Christian Roberson received his Bachelor of Science in computer engineering from the University of Florida in the spring 2001. From fall 2001 through summer 2007, he was a graduate assistant in the department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering at the University of Florida. He completed his Master of Engineering in computer engineering in spring 2003. In fall 2007 he joined the faculty of the Computer Science and Technology department at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. His research interests include machine learning including morphological neural networks, recommendation systems, and games. He also enjoys movies, reading, basketball, and digital photography.
- Christian Roberson. Aligning Generations to Improve Retention in Introductory Computing Courses. The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges. Volume 21(6), June 2011, pages 30-36.
- Peter Drexel, Christian Roberson. Using MBTI in a Project-Based Systems Analysis and Design Course. Proceedings of ICEME 2010. Orlando, FL. April 2010.
- Paper Presentation. A Using a Morphological Neural Network To Score Document Relevance. Forty-Seventh Annual ACM Southeastern Conference. Clemson, SC. March 19-21, 2009.
- Poster Presentation. A Morphological Neural Network Model for Information Retrieval. Twentieth Annual International FLAIRS Conference. Key West, FL. May 7-9, 2007.
- CS 2010 – Computing Fundamentals
- CS 2370 – Programming in Java
- CS 2381 – Data Structures and Intermediate Programming
- CS 2990 – Algorithm Development Under Time Constraints