Dr. Kart has taken a non-traditional path to academia, spending the better part of a decade in the software industry, including helping to start two companies. At St. Edward’s, he has been a co-PI on several interdisciplinary STEM grants, taught courses in three departments, been an active researcher, and managed over 80 undergraduate projects.

In industry, Dr. Kart led the software development efforts on a FDA 510(k)-approved medical device, built several large bioinformatics software platforms, and was a principal investigator on a multi-organization research effort for the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory. An interest in returning to academia and a university that understands the value of industry experience brought me to St. Edward’s.

At St. Edward’s, Dr. Kart leverages his professional experiences by teaching with industry-standard tools and software development methodologies. In 2009, he envisioned, created, and taught the course iPhone Apps: Imagine. Design. Build., making St. Edward’s one of the first schools in the country to have such an offering.


Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

M.S. in Computer Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

B.A. in Mathematics, Boston College

B.A. in Computer Science, Boston College

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