M. A., Brooklyn College of CUNY (1988)
Ph. D., University of Minnesota (1983)
M. S., Columbia University (1978)
A. B., Columbia University (1976)
Computer Organization And Assembly Language
Principles Of Programming Languages
S/T: Web Programming
Software I: Utilities And Internals
Survey Of Programming Languages
I am a native (and almost lifelong) New Yorker. I was born and raised in Brooklyn and currently live in Oceanside, Long Island.
I come from a family of teachers. I greatly enjoy teaching and (when I can) learning from my students as well. On many occasions, my own scholarly pursuits have grown out of my teaching.
I come to computer science from an engineering background and I believe that this influences a great deal of my attitude toward software design and implementation as well as how I teach it.
Computer Ethics, Programming, Programming Languages, and Operating Systems
Computer Ethics, Accessible Computing, Computer Science Education, Quantitative Nondestructive Testing
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Robert M. Siegfried, Daniel M. Greco'13, Nicholas G. Miceli'12 and Jason P. Siegfried (2012), Whatever Happened to Richard Reid's List of First Programming Languages? Information Systems Education Journal, 10,
Joseph J. DiLallo'08, Robert M. Siegfried (2009), The Accessibility of College and University Home Pages in the State of New York
. Journal of Information Systems Applied Research, 2(4),
Robert M Siegfried (2006), Visual programming and the blind: the challenge and the opportunity. ACM SIGCSE Bulletin, 38,
Robert M Siegfried, Denis Diakoniarakis'05, Kenneth G. Franqueiro'06 and Amol Jain (2005). ACM SIGPLAN Notices, 40,
Robert M. Siegfried, Denis Diakoniarakis'05 and Uchechukwu Obianyo-Agu'04 (2005), Teaching the Blind to Program Visually
. Information Systems Education Journal, 3(23),
Robert M. Siegfried (2004), Student Attitudes on Software Piracy and Related Issues of Computer Ethics. Ethics and Information Technology, 6, 215-222.
Robert M. Siegfried, Adam M. Wittenstein'02 and Tashi Sharma'04 (2003). Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 18, 17-25.
Robert M. Siegfried (2002), "A Scripting Language To Help The Blind To Program Visual. ACM SIGPLAN Notices, 37, 53-56.
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Robert M. Siegfried, Daniel M. Greco '13, Nicholas G. Miceli '12 and Jason P. Siegfried (2011). Whatever Happened to Richard Reidís List of First Programming Languages? In ISECON 2011 (pp. 7). Wilmington, NC.
Robert M. Siegfried, Joseph J. DiLallo'08, Patrick J. Breitwieser'10, Merry Christien Enriquez'10, And Robert A Stoll'11 (2010). Are American College Homepages Accessible? Does It Matter? In 2010 International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering (pp. 6). Las Vegas.
Joseph J. DiLallo'08 and Robert M. Siegfried (2008). The Accessibility of College and University Home Pages in the State of New York. In CONISAR 2008 (pp. 10). Phoenix, Arizona.
Robert M. Siegfried, David Chays, and Katherine G. Herbert (2008). Will There Ever Be Consensus On CS1? In 2008 International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering (pp. 18-23). Las Vegas.
Robert M. Siegfried and Allan S. Ashley (2006). Is it Theft or Sampling? Student Attitudes on the Copying of Commercial Software and Music. In ISECON 2006. Dallas, Texas.
Kenneth G. Franqueiro'06 and Robert M. Siegfried (2006). Poster: Designing a Scripting Language to Help the Blind Program Visually. In ASSETS 2006 (pp. 241-242). Portland, Oregon.
Robert M. Siegfried (2006). Visual Programming and the Blind: The Challenge and the Opportunity. In SIGCSE 2006 (pp. 275-278). Houston, Texas.
John Paul Wallace and Robert M. Siegfried (2005). Pasty Welds and Deformation Analysis on Welded Tube Using Eddy Currents. In Materials Science & Technology 2005 (pp. 101-107). Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Robert M. Siegfried, Denis Diakoniarakis'05 and Kenneth G. Franqueiro'06 (2005). Making Visual Programming Accessible to the Blind. In 2005 International Conference on Computers for People with Special Needs (pp. p.. 47-53.). Las Vegas.
Robert M. Siegfried, Denis Diakoniarakis'05 and Uchechukwu Obianyo-Agu'04 (2004). Teaching The Blind To Program Visually. In ISECON 2004. Newport, Rhode Island.
John Paul Wallace, Robert M. Siegfried and Jerome Dunn (2004). Titanium Eddy Current Measurements. In Cost-Affordable Titanium: Symposium Ded. to Prof. Harvey Flower (pp. 151-157). Charlotte, NC.
Robert M. Siegfried (2001). What's Wrong with Napster? A Study of Student Attitudes on Downloading Music and Pirating Software. In ISECON 2001 (pp. 6). Cincinnati Ohio.
Robert M. Siegfried (1998). "The JASON Programming Language, An Aid in Teaching Compiler Construction". In Fourteenth Annual Eastern Small College Computing Conference (pp. 244-258). Ramapo College.