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TRAVIS E.W. DOOM (Senior Member IEEE, '04) is an associate professor of Computer Science and Engineering at Wright State University. He holds additional appointments as a courtesy member of both the faculty of both the Department of Electrical Engineering and the faculty of the Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. program. He joined the faculty at Wright State University (Dayton, OH) in 1998 and was promoted to associate professor with tenure in 2004.
Dr. Doom earned his Ph.D (1998) and M.S. (1994) in computer science and engineering from Michigan State University. He holds a B.S. (1992) in computer science and in mathematics from Bowling Green State University (OH). Dr. Doom is a co-director of Wright State University's bioinformatics research group and actively pursues research in the fields of bioinformatics, digital/computer systems, design automation, and computational mathematics/theory.
Dr. Doom is recognized in the college as an excellent educator and a multiple recipient of the WSU College of Engineering Excellence in Teaching award, an invitee to the Ohio Teacher's Excellence Program (OTEP), and a sponsored attendee of the National Effective Teaching Institute (NETI). He is an member of the American Society for Engineering Education, the ACM special interest group on computer science education (SIGCSE), and has addressed issues on the incorporation of genomics education into the computer science curriculum at various conferences. Dr. Doom has served as the chair of the IEEE Technical Committee on Bioinformatics and is a founder of Forensic Bioinformatics Services - a commercial business founded on technology developed in the BiRG lab at Wright State University.