Associate Professor of Computer Science at Hawaii Pacific University
Sam Joseph is an Associate Professor at Hawaii Pacific University and was previously an Associate Researcher at University of Hawaii at Manoa (UHM). He is a recipient of the Raymond-Hide prize for Astrophysics and a Toshiba Fellowship. He teaches courses on game & mobile programming & design, software engineering and scientific research methods exclusively online from London, UK. He runs the funniest computer ever competition as part of his research on creating humorous chatbots, which dovetails nicely with his other research interests in software to support online collaborative learning, in particular remote pair programming. His degrees in Astrophysics, Cognitive Science and Computer Science are from the University of Leicester, the University of Edinburgh, and UHM, and he is an ACM Member.