Kevin Wayne, the Phillip Y. Goldman University Lecturer in Computer Science, has been teaching at Princeton since 1998. He teaches and codeveloped (with Robert Sedgewick) two of the most popular courses at Princeton: COS 126 (Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach) and COS 226 (Algorithms and Data Structures), four MOOCs on the Coursera platform, with total enrollments exceeding 1 million learners; and a series of best-selling textbooks for students and practitioners. He attended Yale as an undergraduate and earned his Ph.D. from Cornell.
Research interests: Design, analysis, and implementation of algorithms; computer science education
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