Richard Weiss teaches computer science and Math specializing in computer security, computer vision, robotics, and computer architecture. His research includes protecting smartphone personal data. In computer vision, he has applied differential geometry to constructing 3-D models of curved surfaces from multiple images. His teaching interests incorporate mathematics and computer science with music, art, linguistics, and cognitive science. He has a National Science Foundation grant to develop educational cybersecurity games. He earned an A.B in mathematics from Brandeis University, a Ph.D. in mathematics from Harvard University, and has worked as a software engineer.
A.B, Mathematics, Brandeis University, 1969; M.A., Mathematics, Harvard University, 1972; Ph.D., Mathematics, Harvard University, 1976.