Robert Lee Constable
|Alma mater||University of Wisconsin-Madison|
|Doctoral advisor||Stephen Kleene|
|Doctoral students||Edmund M. Clarke|
Robert "Bob" Lee Constable is a professor of computer science and first and former dean of the department at Cornell University, United States. He is known for his work on connecting computer programs and mathematical proofs, especially the NuPRL system. Constable received his PhD in 1968 under Stephen Kleene and has supervised over 40 students, including Edmund M. Clarke, Robert Harper, Kurt Mehlhorn, Steven Muchnick, Pavel Naumov, and Ryan Stansifer. He is a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery.