Henry A. FeildAssistant Professor
Computer Science Department
hfeild (at) endicott.edu
I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Endicott College in Beverly, MA. I recently completed my PhD at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. I was advised by James Allan in the Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval.
My current interests revolve mostly around user modeling, task-driven retrieval tools, and developing applications to collect and mine user search behavior. I also enjoy prototyping, which sometime pulls me in other interesting directions.
Fall 2013 classes:
- CSC101.02—Intro to Computer Science—M/W/F 1–1:50pm, LSB 312
- CSC160.01—Intro to Programming (C++)—T/Th 8–9:15am, LSB 312
- CSC160L.01—Lab—T 10–11:50am, LSB 312
- CSC340.01—Database Management—M/W 3:30-4:45pm, LSB 212
Graduate: University of Massachusetts
Amherst, Center for Intelligent
Information Retrieval (Sep. 2007—July 2013)
Please see my research page for details on some of the various research projects with which I have assisted. Here you will also find data for certain projects.