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Faculty

Dr. Terry C. House
Department Chair
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Office: M-106
Phone: (910) 630-7416
E-Mail:
Web Site: Open Source Research Corner

Education

  • Ph.D. - Nova Southeastern University
  • M.S. - Nova Southeastern University
  • B.S. - Campbell University

Undergraduate Teaching Areas

  • Visual Basic Programming
  • Assembly Language
  • Software Enginerring
  • Computer Networks
  • Unix Programming
  • Computer Architecture
  • Computer Security

Research Interests

  • Computer Security
  • Software Engineering
  • Programming
  • GUI Development
  • Operating Systems
  • Database Management
  • Client-Server computing
  • Computer Graphics

Hobbies

  • play chess
  • camping
  • exercising
  • reading IT Literature

Publications

T.C. House., “A Secure Approach to Educating a Mobile World-Class Military”, A mobile Secure Concept for Accessing the Classroom from around the World.  9th International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing (WiCOM 2013). May 15, 2013. 

T.C. House., “A Model and Intelligent software agent for the Selection and implementation of Open-source Software”. Proquest database System. 15 January 2009.

T.C. House, “A User and Performance process for WiFi Modems that support Multiple Satellite ATM Database Systems”. Proceedings of the IEEE SoutheastCon06: Information Systems track. March 31-April 02, 2006

T.C. House, "An Assessment Strategy for Rating Client/Server Satellite Network Performance in a Global Environment” Proceedings of the International Conference  on Wireless Networks ICWN'06: June 26-29, 2006.

T.C. House, “Mobile secure role base access control device”, Proceedings of the IEEE SoutheastCon05: Mobile devices and communications track. 2005, pp. 542.

T.C. House, “Client Server Access: Wired vs. wireless LEO SATCOM-ATM connectivity; a (MS-Ro-BAC) experiment” Proceedings of the IEEE CIS 2005, Part II, LNAI 3802, IEEE. pp. 719-724, Lecture notes in computer science, Springer journal December 15-19, 2005.

T.C. House, "An Analysis Format for Client-Server Performance Using GEO & LEO   Satellite Networks (Inmarsat vs. Globalstar)” Proceedings of the IEEE CISSE  Conference TeNe05. December 10-20, 2005.

T.C. House, Mobile instant secure role base access control (MIS-Ro-BAC) network, Presentation track C: Proceedings of the IEEE Annual computer security application conference. March 2004


Dr. Tat W. Chan
Dean, School of Science and Human Development
Professor of Computer Science
Office: H-200
Phone: (910) 630-7286
E-Mail:

Education

  • Ph.D. - University of Lousiana at Lafayette
  • M.S. - University of Lousiana at Lafayette
  • B.S. - University of Lousiana at Lafayette

Undergraduate Teaching Areas

  • Intro to Programming, GUI development
  • Operating Systems Concepts
  • Database Management Systems
  • Data Structures/Algorithms
  • Theory of Computation
  • System Design and Analysis
  • Web programming

Research Interests

  • Mobile Computing
  • Software Engineering
  • Programming
  • GUI Development
  • Operating Systems
  • Database Management
  • Client-Server computing
  • Computer Graphics

Hobbies

  • spend time with my family
  • cooking
  • leisure cycling

Publications

"A Software Tool in Java for Teaching CPU Scheduling," Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, vol. 19, number 4, 2004. This article was presented at the 15th Annual Conference (2004) of the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges (South Central Region).

"Debugging Program Failures Exhibited by Voluminous Data," Journal of Software Maintenance: Research & Practice, volume 10, number 2, 1998. (with Arun Lakhotia)

"A Framework for Software Debugging," Journal of Computer Information Systems, Fall issue, October 1997.

"Towards a Diversified Computing Environment," Proceeding of the Symposium on Computing at Minority Institutions, The Association of Computer and Information Science and Engineering Departments at Minority Institutions, Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, July 1997.

"Empowering Minority Students to Excel in the Information Age," Proceeding of the Symposium on Computing at Minority Institutions, The Association of Computer and Information Science and Engineering Departments at Minority Institutions, Washington DC, July 1996.

"Integrating Testing and Debugging Using Program and Data Slices," Proceedings of Computer in Engineering Symposium, ASME 16th Annual Energy-sources Technology Conference and Exhibition, Houston, Texas 1993. (with Arun Lakhotia)

"Data Slicing by Dynamic Program Slicing," Proceeding of Software Engineering Research Forum, Orlando, Florida 1993. (with Arun Lakhotia)


Mr. Gary Hinson
Associate Professor of Computer Science
B.S., M.S., University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Office: M-109
Phone: (910) 630-7141
E-Mail:

Education

  • M.S. - University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • B.S. - University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Undergraduate Teaching Areas

  • Intro to Programming
  • Software Engineering
  • Computer Networking
  • Data Structures/Algorithms

Research Interests

  • Networking
  • Game Programming

Hobbies

  • Camping
  • Hiking

Publications

Lassiter D., Morrow D., Hinson G. "Expertise and Age Effects on Pilot Mental Workload in a Simulated AviationTask," Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 40th Annual Meeting, 1996.


Dr. Bing Qi
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
B.S., Nanchang University; M.S., Capital University of Economics and Business; Ph.D., Auburn University.
Office: M-111
Phone: (910) 630-7129
E-Mail:

Education

  • Ph.D. - Auburn Univeristy
  • M.S. - University of Capital Business and Economics
  • B.S. - Nanchang Univeristy

Undergraduate Teaching Areas

  • Intro to Programming
  • Computer Graphics
  • Human Compute Interaction
  • Data Structures/Algorithms
  • Theory of Computation
  • Computer Networks

Research Interests

  • Mobile Computing
  • Artifical Intelligence
  • Computer education

Hobbies

  • Table tennis
  • Badiminton
  • Programming
  • Travel

Publications

B. Qi, F. Shen, T. House, "Improved multi-objective particle swarm optimization for semi-desirable facility location problem", the 2013 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Las Vegas NV, July 2013"

B. Qi, S. Biaz, "Effective Routing Metric for Wireless Multi-hop Networks", International Journal of Advanced Computer Science , IJACS Vol. 3, No. 3, March, 2013

B. Qi, S. Raza, "iBATD: A New Routing Metric for Multi-radio Wireless Mesh Networks", 9th International Conference on Information Technology : New Generations, Las Vegas NV, April 2012

B. Qi, S. Biaz, "A Bottleneck Aware Routing Metric for Multi-radio Mesh Networks", 44th Annual Simulation Symposium(ANSS11), Boston MA May 2011

B. Qi, S. Biaz, F.Shen "Accurate Assessment of Link Loss Rate in Wireless Mesh Networks", 7th International Conference on Information Technology : New Generations, Las Vegas NV, April 2010.

B. Qi, S. Biaz, "iETT: A Quality-aware Routing Metric for Multi-rate Multi-hop Networks", IEEE Wireless Communications & Networking Conf., Las Vega NV March 2009

B. Qi, S. Biaz, Y. Ji, "Improving Expected Transmission Time Metric in Multi-rate Multihop Networks", IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conf., Las Vegas NV, January 2008

   
Adjunct Faculty
   

Ms. Patricial Taliaferro
E-Mail:

Professor Taliaferro has served the last 32 years as a Department of the Army Civilian in an Information Technology capacity. Her experience includes systems analysis and design, project management, system networking and security, hardware/software design configuration and installation, and web page design.


 

 

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