Anatoly Temkin

Anatoly TemkinAssistant Professor and Chair of Computer Science

PhD, Kazan University
MS, Moscow University

Dr. Temkin teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in discrete mathematics, computer language theory, cryptography, algorithms, and computer information systems. In 2004, he received the Metcalf Award for Excellence in Teaching; he also serves as academic advisor to graduate students in computer science. His research interests include information security and curriculum design.

Scholarly Works

Publications

Burstein, L., A. Temkin, and T. Zlateva. “Teaching an Advanced Computer Science Course Using Graphical Wacom Tablets and Echo/360 Recording Technology.” Proc. Boston University Instructional Innovation Conference (Boston, Mass., March 25, 2011).

Temkin, A., Hylkema, M., and Scheffler, P. “Putting It All Together: Theory and Practice in Courses on Cryptography.” Proc. 14th Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education (Baltimore, Md., June 7–9, 2010).

Zlateva, T., Saito, M., Kalathur, S., Schudy, R., Temkin, A., and Chitkushev, L. “A Unified Approach for Designing, Developing, and Evaluating Online Curricula.” Proc. 6th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Education in Computer Science (Fulda, Germany, June 2010).

Presentations/Lectures

“Enhancing Education with Technology: Study Groups in Online Classes.” Boston University Instructional Innovation Conference, Boston, Mass., March 2, 2012.

“Innovative Instructional Practices in Design, Implementation and Execution of Blended Programs.” Boston University Instructional Innovation Conference, Boston, Mass., March 25, 2011. Co-presented with Burstein, L., Chitkushev, L., Kanabar, V., and Zlateva, T.

“Teaching an Advanced Computer Science Course Using Graphical Wacom Tablets and Echo/360 Recording Technology.” Boston University Instructional Innovation Conference, Boston, Mass., March 25, 2011. Co-presented with Burstein, L., and Zlateva, T.

“Unified Approach for Designing, Developing, and Evaluating Online Curricula.” 6th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Education in Computer Science, Fulda, Germany, June 26–29, 2010. Co-presented with Chitkushev, L., Kalathur, S., Saito, M., Schudy, R., and Zlateva, T.

“Putting It All Together: Theory and Practice in Courses on Cryptography.” 14th Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education, Baltimore, Md., June 7–9, 2010. Co-presented with Hylkema, M., and Scheffler, P.