Dr. Bryant York

Dr. Bryant York earned the A.B. Mathematics at Brandeis University, M.S. Management at MIT, M.S. and Ph.D. Computer Science at University of Massachusetts – Amherst. While his professional positions include Research Staff Member, IBM San Jose Research Labs, Consulting Engineer, Digital Equipment Corporation’s Artificial Intelligence Center, and professorial positions in computer science at Boston University, Northeastern University, and Portland State University. He is a co-founder of the Richard A Tapia Conference series (2001); co-founder/first board chairman, CMD- IT (2011); co-founder, Institute for African-American eCulture (IAAeC, 2000) and has research publications in computer vision, parallel computation, crystallographic computations, computational physics, computational algebra, and neural networks. His current research interests include STEM education, asynchronous algorithms, quantum computation and post-quantum cryptography.