Todd W. Neller is a Professor of Computer Science at Gettysburg College. A Cornell University Merrill Presidential Scholar, he received a B.S. in Computer Science with distinction in 1993. In 2000, he received his Ph.D. with distinction in teaching at Stanford University, where he was awarded a Stanford University Lieberman Fellowship, and the George E. Forsythe Memorial Award for excellence in teaching. His dissertation concerned extensions of artificial intelligence (AI) search algorithms to hybrid dynamical systems, and the refutation of hybrid system properties through simulation and information-based optimization. A game enthusiast, Neller has in recent years enjoyed pursuing game AI challenges, computing optimal play for jeopardy dice games such as Pass the Pigs and bluffing dice games such as Dudo, creating new reasoning algorithms for Clue/Cluedo, analyzing optimal Risk attack and defense policies, and designing logic mazes.


Todd W. Neller

Todd W. Neller
Professor, Computer Science

Phone: (717) 337 - 6643

Box: Campus Box 0402

Address: Glatfelter Hall 209

300 North Washington St.
Gettysburg, PA 17325-1400

PhD Stanford University, 2000
MS Stanford University, 1996
BS Cornell University, 1993
Phillips Exeter Academy, 1989

Academic Focus:
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Game Theory, AI as it applies to the design and analysis of games and puzzles

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