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Luke Hunsberger Professor and Chair of Computer Science

Luke Hunsberger’s research focus is on collaborative multi-agent systems. In particular, he is interested in endowing computer agents with intentions, as well as an ability to reason about temporal constraints, especially in group situations. He is currently collaborating with researchers from the University of Verona, Italy on applications of temporal networks to the health-care domain. Luke regularly teaches CMPU-101 (Introduction to Computer Science), CMPU-145 (Foundations of Computer Science), CMPU-245 (Declarative Programming) and CMPU-365 (Artificial Intelligence). Luke’s personal website contains more information about his research interests, publications and courses.

  • BA, MA, University of Oregon; PhD, Harvard University
  • At Vassar since 2002


Departments and Programs


  • CMPU 101. Computer Science I: Problem-Solving and Abstraction


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Photo: Karl Rabe/Vassar College
Photo: Karl Rabe/Vassar College