Mark Royer

Room 225 East Annex



Office Hours

1-3pm, Mon. & 2-4pm Wed.

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Research Interests

I am a PhD student and research assistant in The Department of Computer Science at The University of Maine. My research interests include object-oriented programming languages and database systems. I'm currently working on data integration problems at The University of Maine. Previously, I worked on extending the Java Virtual Machine with reflective constraints coupled with theorem prover technologies.

I am a member of the University of Maine Graduate Student Government and a member of Upsilon Pi Epsilon.

MAR 23 2015

This semester, I am working on data integration and manipulation problems with the Climate Change Institute at The University of Maine. I have been developing a tool to aid climate researchers with ice core dating and analysis. I am a the teacher assistant for COS 250. If you are looking for additional resources for this class, they are found on Blackboard.