Charles Kapps

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR EMERITUS
Office:324 Wachman Hall
Mailing: 324 Wachman Hall
1805 N. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Phone:(215) 204-8450
Email: charles.kapps@temple.edu
Web: http://kapps.cis.temple.edu

Education:

PhD      University of Pennsylvania - Computer Science, 1970
MS        Harvard University - Applied Mathematics, 1963

BSEE     University of Pennsylvania - Electrical Engineering, 1961


Research Interests :

Computer Architecture - Integrated Circuit Design, Manufacture, and Quality Control


Selected Publications:

  1. "Introduction to the Theory of Computing", 1974, Charles E. Merrill Books, Inc., (with Samuel Bergman)
  2. "VAX - Assembly Language and Architecture", 1985, Prindle Weber & Schmidt, (with Robert L. Stafford)
  3. "Assembly Language Programming for the PDP-11, RT-11, RSX, and UNIX",
    (Second Edition) 1986, Prindle, Weber & Schmidt, (with Robert L. Stafford)
  4. "Case for an award of the Levy Medal to Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman for the Invention of Public Key Cryptography" To the Committee on Science and the Arts of the Franklin Institute, awarded, May, 1997. (with Lawrence Dobbins)
  5. "Case for an award of the Benjamin Franklin Medal to Noam Chomsky for Developing a System of Linguistic Analasys" To the Committee on Science and the Arts of the Franklin Institute, awarded, April, 1999.

Teaching Topics and Interests:

Computer Architecture - Logic Design - Programming Languages - Discrete Mathematics - Operating Systems