Robert Pastel

Computer Science Associate Professor

rpastel at mtu dot edu
204 Rekhi CS Hall








I teach Human-Computer Interactions. In the past I have taught Introduction to Data Structures, Compter Graphics, Introduction to Algorithms, Fortran and Numerical Methods, besides Calculus, Engineering, Physics and Astronomy.




See my schedule for office hours. Please send me an email if you need to see me at another time.




My research is human computer interface/interaction, developing new user interfaces, interface tools, besides developing new techniques for evaluating user interfaces and measuring human performance using computer devices. I also conduct research in computer science education developing new pedagogical techniques for data structures and HCI courses.




Includes my publications and list of shows.




Besides programming and building computing machines, my hobbies are roller blading in the Fall, cross country skiing in the Winter, white water kayaking in the Spring, and backpacking, moutian biking and sea kayaking in the Summer.

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