Lecturer in History of Computing (INFO 1212)
Doctorate in Anthropology, University of Liège, Belgium
Address: Rue Grandgagnage 21, B-5000 Namur, Belgium
|Marie d'Udekem-Gevers has been Lecturer in History of Computing since 2004. She is also a Pedagogical Adviser and a Lead Researcher in the Computer Science Institute of the University of Namur.
Marie's current research interests span two areas: history of computing and pedagogy. Since joining the University of Namur, Marie has published over 50 articles on a wide range of topics including pedagogy, ethics of computing, Internet content regulation and filtering, information highways, electronic data interchange (EDI) and formal modelling. Prior to that, Marie has also published a number of articles in her original field of study, human biology and anthropology.
Marie's background is multidisciplinary: she received a Doctorate in Anthropology from the University of Liège in 1973, a PhD in Sciences from the University of Louvain in 1981 and a MSc in Computer Science (Licence et maîtrise en informatique) from the University of Namur in 1989.
Marie has two sons and one grandson. She loves gardening and has a passion for baroque music.
List of Publications
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Last updated on 30th June 2005.