Dr. Peck is a Professor Emeritus in the Computer Science Department at Clemson University after retiring from Clemson as Chairman of the Department. At Clemson he served in a variety of capacities including Director of the Division of Information Systems Development, an organization he founded to assist South Carolina State Government in the design and development of very large database/data communication systems such as Medicaid and Online Public Health Medical Records. In addition to authoring numerous scholarly research papers and serving as a principal or co-principal investigator on several Department of Defense and National Science Foundation contracts, Dr. Peck served as an accreditation visitor on several teams for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and worked for many years as a consultant in computer applications for manufacturing and distribution through Foxfire Technologies Corporation, a software company he co-founded in 1987 and sold in 2007. Dr. Peck currently serves as President and CEO of FastFetch Corporation, a company he co-founded in 2006.
In addition to holding 2 patents on the FastFetch system in the United States, Japan, Mexico, China, India, Canada, England, Ireland, Germany and France, Dr. Peck holds two patents in speech recognition for use by handicapped workers and holds one US patent in intelligent, reconfigurable technologies for warehouse management. Dr. Peck’s primary research interests in computer science are database, manufacturing and distribution systems. Dr. Peck earned an undergraduate degree in mathematics and an MS and PhD degree in computer science from the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana).
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