Robert Ward Cutler Thailand
Robert Cutler, PhD – Researcher and Professor, Edison State College
About Robert Ward Cutler Thailand
Robert Ward Cutler, PhD, is a professor of physics at Edison State College in Naples, FL. An accomplished researcher, his research interests include studies into biology, physics, and computing as they relate to natural language processing and the problems inherent to such processing. Over the past 10 years, Robert Ward Cutler has completed many published, widely-cited studies in collaboration with academics and research teams from Chiang Mai University in Thailand on topics specific to petunias, lychees (sic), ficus, flower fungi, jasmine rice, gene transfer in yeast, and the honey-bee genome, among others.
A 1994 graduate of Bard College with degrees in math and physics, Dr. Cutler earned a PhD in biophysics at Vanderbilt University in 1998. He was a post-doctoral fellow and lecturer at Vanderbilt until 1999, when he became a professor of biology at Bard College. While at Bard, he was granted a Fulbright Research Fellowship in 2003 to pioneer research in bioinformatics at Chiang Mai University, Thailand. Since 2007, he has served as a computer consultant at Northern Illinois University before teaching physics at Edison State College in 2012.
Aside from work, Robert Ward Cutler enjoys building Logix games for iOS, 15 of which are available through the Apple Store online (“Wilawan Puzzles”). As a college student, he earned a Congressional Award in 1997 for volunteer work and philanthropy.