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Osman Yasar is an endowed professor and director of the CMST Institute at The College at Brockport, SUNY. He established the first undergraduate degree program in computational science in the United States and developed a computational pedagogical content knowledge (CPACK) framework for teacher education. His research interests include engineering and science education, computational pedagogy, computational and scientific thinking as well as fluid dynamics, engine ignition modeling, and parallel computing. Yasar has a PhD in engineering physics and a MS in computer science and in nuclear engineering from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He graduated with a BS in engineering physics and a MS in theoretical physics from Hacettepe University in Turkey. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jose Maliekal is the Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at The College at Brockport, State University of New York. He is an atmospheric scientist and have been teaching meteorology and climatology courses. His research interests include climate change and computational pedagogy.
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Leigh Little received his doctorate in Mathematics from Arizona State University. He is currently a member of the Department of Earth Sciences at SUNY Brockport.
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