Adam Case

8/24/17Assistant Professor of Computer Science
321 Collier-Scripps Hall
515-271-4618
adam.case@drake.edu

Adam Case is Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Drake University. His research uses the theory of computation to study the nature of information and randomness. Some of his results include a robust framework for measuring the shared algorithmic information between infinite objects and a new data processing inequality for points in Euclidean space. He enjoys teaching object-oriented programming, data structures, and the theory of computation.

 After graduating from the University of Maine at Farmington with degrees in both mathematics and computer science, Adam received his Ph.D. in computer science from Iowa State University.

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