Christopher Stuetzle, Ph.D.
PhD., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
B.A., Wheaton College
Christopher Stuetzle has taught courses ranging from introductory programming and object-oriented design to computer graphics and software engineering, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. His complete teaching history is:
- CSC 1610 — Problem Solving with Programming
- CSC 1611 — Problem Solving with Python
- CSC 2620 — Object Oriented Programming
- CSC 2710 — Analysis of Algorithms
- CSC 3500 — Web Development II
- CSC 3950 — Web Development I
- CSC 49*0 — Software Engineering Capstone
- CSC 5210 — Computer Graphics
Personal website: csstuetzle.org
Stuetzle’s areas of interest are in computer graphics, gaming, human-computer interaction and pedagogy. His current research interest is developing a novel representation of terrain surface data that is more robust and accurate than current techniques. He is also investigating which factors are primarily responsible for the democratization of the world by simulating the spread of democracy using cellular automata theory.
Stuetzle’s other work includes projects in multiuser, large-scale projection-surface interface design; mobile UI design and its direct effect on individual and group motivation; collaborative interdisciplinary learning through large-scale research projects in electrical and mechanical engineering; and compression techniques of time-lapse NEXRAD RADAR weather image data, among others.