Professor Sedgewick, the William O. Baker Professor of Computer Science, was the founding chairman of the Department of Computer Science, a position he held from 1985 to 1994.
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Professor Robert Sedgewick receives his teaching award from Dean Wei.
Professor Sedgewick developed the undergraduate courses General Computer Science and Algorithms and Data Structures. He received an Excellence in Teaching Award from the Engineering Council (fall 1991).
He earned his bachelor of science (1968) and master of science (1969) degrees in applied mathematics from Brown University, and his Ph.D. in computer science from Stanford University (1975).
He is the author of Algorithms, Third Edition, in C, Parts 1-4 (errata); Algorithms, Third Edition, in C++, Parts 1-4 (errata); An Introduction to the Analysis of Algorithms, with Philippe Flajolet (errata); and Algorithms in C++.
Works in progress include Analytic Combinatorics, with Philippe Flajolet; Algorithms, Third Edition, in C, Parts 5-8 Sorting and searching strings, with J. Bentley; and Analysis of shellsort and related algorithms.
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