Mathematics, Computer and Natural Sciences
||B.S. Carnegie Mellon University
M.A. Ohio State University
Ph.D. Ohio State University
Tim Walker has been an Ohio Dominican faculty member since 2001. He received a double major in Physics and Psychology from Carnegie Mellon, and conducted his graduate work at The Ohio State University in Dr. Caroline Palmer's Music Cognition Lab. Prior to coming to Ohio Dominican, he taught at Capital University. Dr. Walker's research interests include the quantitative study of music performance, mathematical and statistical modeling, neural networks, and computer modeling of cognitive processes. His projects utilize a combination of disciplines, including computer programming, statistical analysis, music theory, and cognitive science. Dr. Walker currently teaches a number of courses, including computer networking, database management, statistics, and quantitative reasoning.