Joshua J. Daymude

Joshua J. Daymude

Assistant Professor, Computer Science

Arizona State University

I am an incoming Assistant Professor of Computer Science in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence and the Biodesign Center for Biocomputing, Security, and Society at Arizona State University. I research algorithmic theory for the efficient coordination and characterization of collective emergent behavior in biological, social, and engineered complex systems. I leverage several areas of computer science — including distributed computing, stochastic processes, swarm intelligence, and bio-inspired algorithms — to participate in interdisciplinary research on theoretical immunology, microbiomic ecology, active matter physics, dynamic networks, and programmable matter systems.

My faith as a Christian shapes how I see the world and my place in it. I view my research as a venue to ask questions that matter, to seek solutions that serve others' needs instead of exploiting their wants, and to foster environments of discourse that value curiosity and mutual respect above the weaponization of knowledge. I look forward to a career of commitment to students of diverse backgrounds and to a holistic integration of science, faith, and human flourishing.

I’m currently recruiting students at all levels (PhD, Master, undergraduate, and high school).

Interests
  • Distributed Computing
  • Dynamic Networks
  • Stochastic Processes
  • Programmable Matter
  • Immunology
Education
  • PhD in Computer Science, 2021

    Arizona State University

  • B.S. in Mathematics, 2016

    Arizona State University

  • B.S. in Computer Science, 2016

    Arizona State University

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