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Computer science educator

Salvatore Joseph Stolfo, American computer science educator. Recipient Faculty Development award International Business Machines Corporation, since 1984; numerous grants. Member Association Computing machinery, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, others.

Background

Stolfo, Salvatore Joseph was born on February 21, 1954 in New York City. Son of Salvatore Anthony and Rosina (Gagliano) Stolfo.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Brooklyn College, 1974. Master of Science, New York University, 1976, Doctor of Philosophy., 1979.

Career

Lecturer computer science Brooklyn College, 1974-1978, New York University, New York City, 1978-1979. Professor Columbia University, New York City, since 1979. Chairman department computer science, since 1986.

Consultant American Telephone & Telegraph Company Bell Laboratories, Whippany, New Jersey, since 1981. Chief science advisor Fifth Generation Computer, New York City, 1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals. Inventor in field. Board directors Bergen-Passaic unit Association for Retarded Citizens, (New Jersey), since 1984.

Membership

Member Association Computing machinery, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, others.

Connections

Married Joanne Marie Scoppetta, September 5, 1976. Children– Diana, Emily.

father:
Salvatore Anthony Stolfo

mother:
Rosina (Gagliano) Stolfo

spouse:
Joanne Marie Scoppetta

children:
Diana Stolfo

Emily Stolfo