November 11, 2009
Dr. Susan Frank Joins Farmingdale State
Visual Communcations Department Welcomes New Assistant Professor
Dr. Susan FrankDr. Susan Frank has joined Farmingdale State College as a visiting assistant professor in the computer programming and information systems department. Dr. Frank's research interests include volume visualization, ray tracing, high performance computing, software engineering, parallel algorithms and large scale data management.
A Smithtown resident, Frank received her PhD in 2008 from Stony Brook University in computer science. While at Stony Brook University, she was an invited participant in the Workshop on International Assessment of Research and Development in Simulation-based Engineering and Science, at the National Science Foundation in Washington, DC. Frank also holds an MS from Stony Brook University in computer sciences and a BS from the University at Albany in computer science and applied mathematics.
Farmingdale State's computer programming and information systems department is part of the College's School of Business, which enrolls more than 1,900 students. The department offers a Bachelor of Science as well as certificate programs in Computer Information Systems. In addition, the department offers Networking Training Certification as specified by the CISCO Networking Academy.