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Dennis Brylow

Professor of Computer Science

My research interests span several areas of computing. My work primarily centers on building tools to help those who design, build, or teach complex systems, with particular focus on Embedded, Real-time, and Interrupt-Driven Systems, Programming Languages and Software Engineering. The Embedded Xinu Project is a culmination of both my research and teaching interests, and I am a ringleader of the PUMP-CS Project currently working to strengthen and broaden computer science pathways for teachers and school children in Milwaukee and throughout Wisconsin.

I am faculty co-coordinator of the CS Department's Research Experience for Undergraduates program, which has been in operation with internal funding from Marquette University's College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science since 2009, and by the National Science Foundation 2011-2014, 2015-2017 and 2020-2022.



Phone: (414) 288-6342