Timothy J. Hickey

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Timothy J. Hickey (born July 24, 1955) is a professor of computer science and Chair of the Computer Science and Internet Studies Program (INET) at Brandeis University. [1]

Hickey's specialties include analysis of algorithms, logic programming and parallel processing, symbolic manipulation, and groupware. [2] His current research involved the study of Educational Technology, Brain-Computer Interfaces and Game-based Learning. He is the co-creator and lead developer of the JScheme programming language and the GrewpEdit collaborative editor.

Hickey holds a B.A. from Brandeis University and an M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago.

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  1. "Timothy J Hickey | Brandeis University". www.brandeis.edu. Retrieved 2022-07-06.
  2. "Timothy J Hickey | Brandeis University". www.brandeis.edu. Retrieved 2022-07-06.