Office: Roger Bacon 316
Email: dlim at siena.edu
Phone: (518) 782-6807
CSIS-010 Introduction to Computer Applications
CSIS-019 Advanced Programming: Tools and Tricks
CSIS-019 Computer Architecture
CSIS-019 Computer Science In Film
CSIS-019 Java for C++ Programmers
CSIS-019 Java Programming Review
CSIS-110 Introduction to Computer Science
CSIS-120 Introduction to Programming
CSIS-225 Object-Oriented Design and Programming
CSIS-340 Programming Languages
Research and Interests
Experimental Evaluation of Algorithms
Publications and PostersRefereed Journal Articles
D. Lim “Lights…Camera…Computer Science: Using Films to Introduce Computer Science to Non-Majors”, Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 23(5), May 2008, pp. 58-64.
D. Lim “A Ruby in the Rough: Using VHLLs in Bioinformatics”, Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 21(6), June 2006, pp. 108-116.
E. Breimer, M. Goldberg, D. Hollinger, and D. Lim “Discovering Optimization Algorithms Through Automated Learning”, Graphs and Discovery: DIMACS Series in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, Volume 69, 2005.
E. Breimer, M. Goldberg, and D. Lim “A Learning Algorithm for the Longest Common Subsequence Problem”, Journal of Experimental Algorithms 8, 2003.Refereed Conference Proceedings
D. Lim “Taking Students Out for a Ride: Using a Boardgame to Teach Graph Theory”, SIG-CSE (Special Interest Group - Computer Science Education), Covington, KY, March 9-12, 2007.
M. Goldberg and D. Lim “VEDA: A New DNA Fragment Assembler”, BIOKDD-CBGI (Biological Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining – Computational Biology and Genomic Informatics) 2003, Cary, NC, September 26-30, 2003.
M. Goldberg, D. Lim and M. Magdon-Ismail “A Learning Algorithm for String Assembly”, In Proceedings of BIOKDD (Biological Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining) Workshop on Data Mining in Bioinformatics, San Francisco CA, August 2001.
M. Goldberg and D. Lim “A Learning Algorithm for the Shortest Superstring Problem”, CBGI (Computational Biology and Genomic Informatics) 2001, Raleigh, NC, March 15-17, 2001.Posters
M. Kemmer and T. Mann and D. Lim “A Java Implementation of the 24 Game”, Siena College Academic Celebration Poster Session, Loudonville, NY, April 30, 2010.
Z. Fitzsimmons and D. Lim “jBlackJack: A Java-Based Online Blackjack Server”, Siena College Academic Celebration Poster Session, Loudonville, NY, April 30, 2010.
D. Rotondo and D. Lim “Introduction to Apple iPod Touch and iPhone Applications”, Siena College Academic Celebration Poster Session, Loudonville, NY, May 1, 2009.