Martin Carlisle

Hertz Fellow: Martin Carlisle

Princeton University

Area of Study

Computer Science

Fellowship Years

1991 - 1996

Martin Carlisle is a professor of computer science at the United States Air Force Academy, where he has taught since completing his PhD at Princeton University. He coaches the Air Force Academy Cyber Competition Team. Professor Carlisle also is known as the primary author of RAPTOR, an introductory computing environment and as a key contributor to the Ada community. He has been the Carnegie/CASE Colorado Professor of the Year and is an ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Distinguished Educator.