Department of Computer Science
3RD FLO St Mary's Hall
Mark Maloof is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at Georgetown University. His research interests include machine learning, data mining, on-line learning algorithms, concept drift, and applications of machine learning and data mining to computer security. He has taught the department's introductory courses as well as an upper-class course on artificial intelligence and graduate courses on machine learning. During the fall semester, he will teach an Ignatius Seminar on machines, computation, brains, and minds. Mark led the effort that established Georgetown's first graduate programs in computer science, and served as the first director of the department's Master's and Ph.D. programs. He has served as a consultant to industry, government, and nonprofit organizations.
- Ph.D. (1997) George Mason University, Information Technology
- M.S. (1992) University of Georgia, Artificial Intelligence
- B.S. (1989) University of Georgia, Computer Science