Faculty

Faculty

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Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

831 Rhodes Hall

513-556-1817

Prof. Franco is director of the National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations at the University of Cincinnati.  The Center is a collaborative effort involving three university colleges, and two local major defense contractors for advanced training in cyber operations and cyber security.

Prof. Franco is editor-in-chief of the Journal on Satisfiability, Boolean Modeling, and Computation, and an editor of the Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence.  He is Vice Chair of the SAT Association and a member of the steering committee for the annual Internation Conference on the Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing.

Prof. Franco has been PI, Co-PI, or Senior Personnel on 18 grants and contracts from the ONR, AFOSR, EPA, NSA, and NSF. He spent 9 months sabbatical leave at Fort George G. Meade in Research and Engineering on Satisfiability research, was visiting scientist at FAW, Ulm, Germany for three summers, and visiting scientist at U. Paderborn for a summer.
 
Education

Ph.D in Computer Science, Rutgers the State University of New Jersey 1981 (Computer Science)

M.S. in E.E., Columbia University New York, 1971 (Electrical Engineering)

B.S. in E.E., City College of New York New York City, 1969 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #MDA90402C1162/P00005 Investigators:Franco, John 03-27-2002 -08-31-2004 National Security Agency Satisfiability Algorithm Research and Development to Enhance Formal Verification Tools Role:PI $561,906.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #MDA90499C4547/P00004 Investigators:Franco, John 06-22-1999 -09-30-2001 National Security Agency Satisfiability Algorithm Research and Development to Enhance Formal Verification Tools Role:PI $493,185.00 Closed Level:Federal

Investigators:Franco, John 11-01-1998 -10-31-1999 Advanced Computing Systems Association Perl to JVM Optimization Role:PI $21,269.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #SRS 006291 Investigators:Franco, John 07-06-2009 -03-31-2010 National Security Agency Integrated Algebraic and Resolution Algorithms for Improved Solutions to Difficult Problems Role:PI $61,549.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DUE-1244697 Investigators:Bhattacharya, Prabir; Franco, John 09-15-2013 -08-31-2016 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Real World Relevant Security Labware for Mobile Analysis and Protection Experience Role:Collaborator $140,002.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #EEC-1404766 Investigators:Angelopoulos, Anastasios; Bhattacharya, Prabir; Cohen, Kelly; Franco, John; Guliants, Vadim; Kastner, Jeffrey; Kukreti, Anant; Kupferle, Margaret; Lu, Mingming; Nistor, Vasille; Sorial, George; Wei, Heng; Wendell, David 05-01-2014 -04-30-2017 National Science Foundation RET Site on "Challenge-Based Learning and Engineering Design Process Enhanced Research Experiences for Middle and High School In-Service Teachers." Role:Collaborator $498,949.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #0416-CS-PB-UC / NSF 1636995 Investigators:Franco, John 04-01-2016 -08-31-2017 National Science Foundation Real World Relevant Security Labware for Mobile Threat Analysis and Protection Experience Role:PI $21,300.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #H98230-17-1-0345 Investigators:Franco, John; Li, Chengcheng 07-01-2017 -06-30-2018 National Security Agency Train and Certify Qualified Instructors to Teach CAE's Cybersecurity Curricula Role:Collaborator $497,782.06 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #ODHE Cyber Range Investigators:Baker, Vicki; Cahay, Marc; Franco, John; Gerst, Jason; Harknett, Richard; Li, Chengcheng; Said, Hazem; Verkamp, Brian 07-01-2017 -06-30-2019 Ohio Department of Higher Education Ohio Cyber Range Role:Collaborator $1,900,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #ODHE RAPIDS 2018 Investigators:Atluri, Gowtham; Franco, John; Li, Chengcheng 07-01-2017 -06-30-2018 Ohio Department of Higher Education RAPIDS Equipment Request Role:PI $253,395.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #H98230-18-1-0333 Investigators:Franco, John 09-05-2018 -09-04-2019 National Security Agency 12.905 CAE-CO 2018/2019 Curriculum Development Initiatives Role:PI $59,999.97 Active Level:Federal

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

J Gu, PW Purdom, J Franco, BW Wah (1999. )Algorithms for the satisfiability (sat) problem .Handbook of Combinatorial Optimization, ,379 --572

J Franco, M Paull (1983. )Probabilistic analysis of the Davis Putnam procedure for solving the satisfiability problem .Discrete Applied Mathematics, ,5 (1 ),77 --87

C Ming-Te, J Franco (1990. )Probabilistic analysis of a generalization of the unit-clause literal selection heuristics for the k satisfiability problem .Information Sciences , ,51 (4 ),289 --314

MT Chao, J Franco (1986. )Probabilistic analysis of two heuristics for the 3-satisfiability problem .SIAM Journal on Computing, ,15 (4 ),1106 --1118

J Franco, A Van Gelder (2003. )A perspective on certain polynomial-time solvable classes of satisfiability .Discrete Applied Mathematics, ,125 (2 ),177 --214

JS Schlipf, FS Annexstein, JV Franco, RP Swaminathan (1995. )On finding solutions for extended Horn formulas .Information Processing Letters, ,54 (3 ),133 --137

J. Franco (1986. )On the probabilistic performance of algorithms for the satisfiability problem .Information Processing Letters , ,23 (2 ),103 --106

J. Franco (2001. )Results related to threshold phenomena research in satisfiability: lower bounds .Theoretical Computer Science, ,265 (1 ),147 --157

DS Wise, J Franco (1990. )Costs of quadtree representation of nondense matrices .Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing , ,9 (3 ),282 --296

J. Franco (1991. )Elimination of infrequent variables improves average case performance of satisfiability algorithms .SIAM Journal on Computing, ,20 (6 ),1119 --1127

J. Franco (1984. )Probabilistic analysis of the pure literal heuristic for the satisfiability problem .Annals of Operations Research, ,1 (3 ),273 --289

K Berman, J Schlipf, J Franco (1995. )Computing the well-founded semantics faster .Logic Programming and Nonmonotonic Reasoning, ,113 --126

J Franco, J Martin (2009. )A History of Satisfiability .Handbook of Satisfiability, ,185 ,3 --74

J Franco, M Kouril, J Schlipf, J Ward, S Weaver, M Dransfield, MW Vanfleet (2003. )SBSAT: a state-based, BDD-based satisfiability solver .International Conference on Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing , ,398 --410

J Franco, YC Ho (1988. )Probabilistic performance of a heuristic for the satisfiability problem .Discrete Applied Mathematics, ,22 (1 ),35 --51

V Franco, WM VanFleet, J Schlipf, MR Dransfield (2005. )Method and system for non-linear state based satisfiability .US Patent 6,912,700, ,

M Kouril, J Franco (2005. )Resolution tunnels for improved SAT solver performance .International Conference on Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing, ,143 --157

LC Murdoch, J Franco (1994. )The analysis of constant drawdown wells using instantaneous source functions .Water resources research, ,30 (1 ),117 --124

J Franco, J Goldsmith, J Schlipf, E Speckenmeyer, RP Swaminathan (1999. )An algorithm for the class of pure implicational formulas .Discrete Applied Mathematics, ,96 ,89 --106

MN Velev, J Franco (2014. )Application of constraints to formal verification and artificial intelligence .Ann. Math. Artif. Intell. , ,70 (4 ),313 --314

W Yue, J Franco, Q Han, W Cao (2014. )Improved anytime d* algorithm .IAENG Transactions on Engineering Technologies, ,383 --396

J Franco, S Weaver (2013. )Algorithms for the Satisfiability Problem .Handbook of Combinatorial Optimization, ,311 --454

Book Chapter

J Franco and S. Weaver (2013 )Algorithms for the Satisfiability Problem Handbook on Combinatorial Optimization .(pp. 311--454).Springer(Author)

J. Franco (2010 )Probabilistic analysis of Satisfiability algorithms Boolean Methods and Models .

J. Franco and J. Martin (2009 )A History of Satisfiability Handbook on Satisfiability .IOS Press

J. Gu, P.W. Purdom, J. Franco, and B.W. Wah (2002 )Algorithms for the Satisfiability (SAT) Problem Handbook of Applied Optimization .(pp. 640--660).Oxford University Press

J. Gu, P.W. Purdom, J. Franco, and B. Wah (1999 )Algorithms for the Satisfiability (SAT) Problem Handbook of Combinatorial Optimization, Supplement Volume A .Kluwer

Research and Practice Interests

Information assurance, cyber defense, design & analysis of SAT algorithms, applications of SAT to network and computer security, formal methods, model checking, interactive first order logic theorem provers.

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ldgiV80AAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao,

Preferred Information

http://gauss.ececs.uc.edu

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Vicki A Baker link

Dir Cyber Research Initiatives, RES Strategic Implementation

1122 Crosley Tower

513-556-4244

Research Support

Grant: #ODHE Cyber Range Investigators:Baker, Vicki; Cahay, Marc; Franco, John; Gerst, Jason; Harknett, Richard; Li, Chengcheng; Said, Hazem; Verkamp, Brian 07-01-2017 -06-30-2019 Ohio Department of Higher Education Ohio Cyber Range Role:Collaborator $1,900,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Preferred Information

Baker, Vicki

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Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

532 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-2615

Dr. John (Marty) Emmert joined the faculty of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department in 2018. He has six United States patents and has directed over $5M in research funding. In addition, he and colleagues have been awarded five phase II Small Business Innovative Research contracts from the Department of Defense. He is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and he has received the IEEE Harold Nobel Award and the AFRL Sensors Directorate James B. Tsui Award for best patent.
 
His research interests span various topics including: VLSI Design and Architectures, ASICs, FPGAs, Embedded Systems, Hardware Security and Trust, Reconfigurable Computing, Fault Tolerance for Integrated Circuits, Electronic Warfare, GPS, and Automated Tools for IC Design and Trust. 
 
His research has been funded by AFRL, DARPA, NSF, State of Ohio and various industries including EDAptive Computing Inc.
 
He also served on active duty and as a reservist in the United States Air Force from 1989-2015. In the Air Force he held positions from UAV pilot to reserve wing commander, and he retired after 26 years as a Colonel. He has been awarded the Air Force Legion of Merit and five Meritorious Service Medals.
Education

Ph.D., University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio, 1999 (Computer Engineering)

M.S., Air Force Institute of Technology Dayton, OH, 1993 (Electrical Engineering)

B.S., University of Kentucky Lexington, KY, 1987 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #CNS-1854461 (transfer in 1747726) Investigators:Emmert, John 08-01-2018 -10-31-2018 National Science Foundation Planning IUCRC University of Cincinnati: Center for Hardware and Embedded System Security and Trust (CHEST) Role:PI $13,375.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Research and Practice Interests

Computer Hardware (HW), especially Integrated Circuit (IC) Design: Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) and Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC); Very Large Scale Integrate Circuit (VLSI) Design; Assurance, Security, and Trust for HW; HW Fault Tolerance; Asynchronous Circuit Design; Reconfigurable Computing; Cyber Physical Systems (CPS); Embedded Systems; Automated Computer Aided Design (CAD) Algorithm and Tool Development for IC HW; Circuits, Systems, and Sensors for Electronic Warfare (EW); and Integration of Global Positioning System (GPS) Algorithms and Methods.

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Asst Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

806A Rhodes Hall

513-556-4785

Boyang Wang is a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Cincinnati. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Arizona in 2017, his Ph.D. in Cryptography and B.S. in Information Security from Xidian University, China, in 2013 and 2007, respectively. He worked for Bosch Research and Technology Center as a research intern in 2015. He was a visiting student at Utah State University from 2012 to 2013 and a visiting student at the University of Toronto from 2010 to 2012. His research interests include privacy-preserving technologies, applied cryptography, data privacy and network security. He is a member of IEEE. He received Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation Award from Xidian University in 2014 and Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowship from Utah State University in 2014.
Education

Ph.D., University of Arizona Tucson, AZ, 2017 (ECE)

Ph.D., Xidian University Xi'an, China, 2013 (Cryptography )

B.S., Xidian University Xi'an, China, 2007 (Information Security)

Research Support

Grant: #2018 Hyperconnect IRSA Investigators:Wang, Boyang 11-01-2018 -07-31-2019 Hyperconnect Lab Inc. Optimizing Verification Overhead for Privacy-Preserving Cryptocurrency Role:PI $10,743.00 Awarded Level:Industry

Preferred Information

http://homepages.uc.edu/~wang2ba/

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Professor, CEAS - Computer Science

819D Old Chemistry Building

513-556-4756

I have published 671 papers, given 57 different tutorials and extensive training courses in various conferences in USA, and numerous institutions in Canada, Taiwan, Korea, Jordan, UAE, Malaysia, and India in the areas of Ad hoc and Sensor Networks and Mesh Networks, including security issues. I was appointed as the founding Editor-in-Chief of the Central European Journal of Computer Science, Versita. I have graduated 72 PhDs and 63 MS students. I have also been named as an ISI Highly Cited Researcher in Computer Science (top 3 percent). I have received numerous awards from the IEEE Computer Society, including a Core Member and IEEE second Millennium Medal. I am a winner of 2008 Harry Goode Memorial award from the IEEE Computer Society and 2011 Award for Excellence in Mentoring of Doctoral Students, University of Cincinnati.
Education

B.E., National Institute of Technology Raipur, India, 1966 (Electrical Engineering)

M.E. Hons., Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India, 1968 (Electronics and Communications)

D.Sc., Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) Lausanne, Switzerland, 1975 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #CNS-0548866 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 07-29-2005 -08-31-2006 National Science Foundation Travel Support for MASS 2005 Conference Role:PI $15,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP03183 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 06-02-2003 -03-15-2004 Department of the Air Force Secure Knowledge Management (SKM) Role:PI $195,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP04170/#1 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 04-01-2004 -09-30-2005 Department of the Air Force Transformation from Data to Information to Knowledge Role:PI $69,012.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CNS-0439636 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 09-15-2004 -08-31-2005 National Science Foundation MASS 2004 Conference Role:PI $20,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #WSU01117-Y314741 NCE Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 09-01-2000 -08-31-2003 National Science Foundation Opportunistic Parallel Computation Role:PI $67,063.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CCR-0113361-004-NCE Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 09-01-2001 -02-28-2005 National Science Foundation ITR/SI: On Robust and Secure Mobile ad Hoc and Sensor Networks Role:PI $418,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CCR-9902748 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 09-15-1999 -08-31-2002 National Science Foundation Multithreaded Execution of Object Oriented Programs Role:PI $189,308.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ANI-9908948 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 06-15-1999 -05-31-2000 National Science Foundation Future Directions in Mobile Computing and Networking Systems Role:PI $30,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CNS-0724198 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma; Zeng, Qing An 03-01-2007 -02-29-2008 National Science Foundation Travel Support for MASS 2007 Conference Role:PI $15,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #PO 37582 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 11-01-2006 -07-31-2007 Department of the Air Force Fair, Cooperative, and Scalable Routing in Wireless Mesh Networks Role:PI $59,884.59 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CNS-0721641 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma; Zeng, Qing An 09-01-2007 -08-31-2010 National Science Foundation NeTS: WN- Supporting Multi-Mode Terminals in Integrated Heterogeneous Wireless Network Role:PI $316,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #FA8750-07-C-0130 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 04-26-2007 -01-28-2008 Department of the Air Force Adaptive Distributed Monitoring System (ADMS) for Efficient End-to-End Performance Monitoring in Airborne Networks Role:PI $30,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #FA9550-07-C-0079 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 08-15-2007 -07-14-2009 Department of the Air Force STTR Phase II Topic #AF06-T008 Secure Bulk-Transfer Mesh Network Protocols (MeshXpress) Role:PI $449,993.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #582-2 / AF FA8750-07-C-0161 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 09-01-2007 -12-31-2007 Department of the Air Force An Integrated Robust and Auto-Configurable Network Service Protocol Suite for Wireless Airborne Networks Role:PI $20,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #1251-S001 / W15PT-08-C-B005 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 01-01-2008 -07-01-2008 Department of Defense A07-099 Wireless Network Denial of Service Distributed Monitoring System (WiND0S-DMS) Role:PI $21,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #1252 / W15P7T-08-C-F001 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 01-10-2008 -07-09-2008 Department of the Army A072-100-1312 Multi-hop Base Station Mobility Management Scheme (MBSMMS) Role:PI $21,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CNS-0822083 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 07-01-2008 -06-30-2009 National Science Foundation Travel Support for MASS 2008 Conference Role:PI $10,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 005742 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 07-01-2008 -06-30-2009 Kroger Company Path Tracking and Statistical Methods for Location Determination from a Central Server Role:PI $25,000.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #CNS-0904873 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 07-01-2009 -06-30-2010 National Science Foundation NSF Travel Support for MASS 2009 Conference Role:PI $12,750.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECA - Master for 11 Students Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma; Bakshi, Arjun; Berman, Kenneth; Bhatnagar, Raj; Bhattacharya, Prabir; Borowczak, Mike; Chaganti, Shikha; Davis, Karen; Guo, Minzhe; Helmicki, Arthur; Kohram, Mojtaba; Li, Hailong; Mukherjee, Tuhin; Ralescu, Anca; Ren, Zhaowei; Tan, Lirong; Vemuri, Ranganadha; Wu, Chao; Zhu, Cheng 09-01-2012 -08-31-2013 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Education Collaboration Agreement with CCHMC - 11 Students Role:Collaborator $246,693.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #CNS-1636489 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 06-01-2016 -05-31-2017 National Science Foundation Travel for IEEE MASS 2016 Role:PI $15,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Agrawal, D P; Bais, A K (1979. )Histochemical observations on fat body of some insects. Folia morphologica, ,27 (1 ),64-6

Agrawal, D P; Shukla, R N (1978. )Relation between haemolymph proteins and fat body during metamorphosis in Danais chrysippus Linn. II. Biochemistry and experimental biology, ,14 (3 ),239-45

Shukla, R N; Agrawal, D P; Mishra, S (1978. )Relation between haemolymph proteins and fat body during metamorphosis in Sarcophaga lineatocollis. Biochemistry and experimental biology, ,14 (1 ),37-43

Agrawal, D P (1964. )Harappa Culture: New Evidence for a Shorter Chronology.Science (New York, N.Y.), ,143 (3609 ),950-2

Younghwan Yoo, Sanghyun Ahn, and Dharma P. Agrawal “Impact of a Simple Load Balancing Approach and an Incentive-Based Scheme on MANET Performance” .Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, ,

Weihuang Fu, Zhifeng Tao, Jinyun Zhang, and Dharma Agrawal (2010. )“Clustering Based Fractional Frequency Reuse and Fair Resource Allocation in Multi-cell Networks” .IEEE ICC 2010 Wireless and Mobile Networking Symposium, ,

Book Chapter

DeminWang and Dharma P. Agrawal (2005 )Wireless Sensor Networks: Deployment Alternatives and Analytical Modeling .Lambert Academic second edition

Positions and Work Experience

1998 -To Present Ohio Board of Regents Distinguished Prof. of CS, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

Research and Practice Interests

My recent research interests include applications of sensor networks in monitoring Parkinson’s disease patients and neurosis, applications of sensor networks in monitoring fitness of athletes’ personnel wellness, applications of sensor networks in monitoring firefighters physical condition in action, efficient secured communication in Sensor networks, secured group communication in Vehicular Networks, use of Femto cells in LTE technology and interference issues, heterogeneous wireless networks, and resource allocation and security in mesh networks for 4G technology.

Professional Affiliation

08-01-2008 -08-31-2008: IEEE 802.16 Broadband Wireless Access Working Group

08-16-2006 -03-15-2007: Visiting Prof. of ECE Carnegie Mellon Univ, Pittsburgh, PA

07-01-1984 -06-30-1998: Professor, ECE North Carolina State Univ., North Carolina

01-08-1996 -05-31-1997: Technology Consultant, Adv. Communications Rsrch. Lab., AT & T Labs Whippany, NJ

05-06-1988 -08-26-1988: Visiting Professor, Computer Systems and Communications Group Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay, India

08-23-1982 -06-30-1984: Associate Professor, ECE North Carolina State Univ,

05-24-1982 -08-20-1982: Product Design & Development Engr, Land Systems Div., General Dynamics, Warren, MI

08-25-1980 -08-14-1982: Associate Prof., ECE Wayne State University,

09-18-1977 -08-24-1980: Assistant Prof., ECE Wayne State University,

08-15-1976 -07-31-1977: Post-Doctoral Fellow and Instr Southern Methodist University,

02-03-1976 -07-22-1976: Lecturer University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq

Faculty Development Activities

12-08-2009 -12-14-2009 Second Science Conclave: A Congregation of Nobel Laureates Indian Institute of Information Technology Allahabad Type:Conference Attendance

01-08-2009 -01-10-2009 Conference on Recent Trends in Sensor-Development for the Assessment and Management of the Environment, Loyola College Chennai Type:Conference Attendance

11-30-2008 -12-04-2008 Tutorial titledDesign and Performance Issues in Wireless Mesh Networks IEEE Globecom New Orleans Type:Conference Attendance

Contact Information

Phone: 5135564756
dharmaagrawal@gmail.com

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Raj K Bhatnagar link

Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

826 Rhodes Hall

513-556-4932

Education

Ph.D, University of Maryland College Park, 1989

Research Support

Grant: #SN07-UC-06-03 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 06-01-2006 -05-31-2008 Ohio Board of Regents Smart Sensor Technology Role:PI $117,786.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #CNS-0521189 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 09-01-2005 -08-31-2009 National Science Foundation Acquisition of Instrumentation for Sensor, Cluster, and Network-Based Distributed Computing Role:PI $286,150.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SC1406980003/Amend 3 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 06-30-1998 -11-01-2000 Department of the Air Force Unified Design of 1-D Automatic Target Recognition Systems for Surveillance and Attack Role:PI $100,342.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #F0947/A04 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 05-12-1999 -05-11-2002 Department of the Air Force Smart Parallel Search Extension for Moving and Stationary Target Acquisition and Recognition Role:PI $99,796.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #60011149 / RF01123094 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 02-01-2008 -08-31-2008 Department of Education Teach Course Parallel and Distributed Computing for the Ralph Regala School of Computational Science Role:PI $3,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 006018 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj; Bhattacharya, Prabir 09-01-2007 -08-31-2012 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Education Collaboration Agreement with Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Medical Center Role:Collaborator $405,296.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #TAATC-Reid Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 06-21-2010 -08-26-2011 Department of Labor Trade Adjustment Assistance Training Contract Role:PI $23,263.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECA - Master for 11 Students Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma; Bakshi, Arjun; Berman, Kenneth; Bhatnagar, Raj; Bhattacharya, Prabir; Borowczak, Mike; Chaganti, Shikha; Davis, Karen; Guo, Minzhe; Helmicki, Arthur; Kohram, Mojtaba; Li, Hailong; Mukherjee, Tuhin; Ralescu, Anca; Ren, Zhaowei; Tan, Lirong; Vemuri, Ranganadha; Wu, Chao; Zhu, Cheng 09-01-2012 -08-31-2013 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Education Collaboration Agreement with CCHMC - 11 Students Role:Collaborator $246,693.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #New Award 2013 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 01-01-2013 -06-30-2013 Ohio Development Services Agency Sensor-Data Based Prediction System for Spindle Breakdown Role:PI $26,500.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #TechSolve Incorporated/Student Portion of the Award Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 07-05-2015 -04-08-2016 TechSolve Incorporated Advanced Signal Processing and Pattern Recognition for Spindle Health Prognostics Role:PI $40,501.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #Master Service Agreement Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 08-15-2017 -08-16-2022 Charles Schwab & Co., INC. Master Services Agreement between Charles Schwab & Co, Inc and University of Cincinnati Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #Edaptive Master Agreement Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj; Gerner, Frank 02-01-2018 -01-31-2025 EDAptive Computing, Incorporated Edaptive Computing Master Alliance Agreement Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #2018 Exhibit A-1: Project Specification Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 08-27-2018 -06-26-2019 Air Force Research Laboratory Research and development for verification of trust in microelectronics designs Role:PI $86,784.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Exhibit A-2: Project Specification Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 08-27-2018 -12-31-2018 Air Force Research Laboratory Application and research into advanced analytics development Role:PI $26,035.20 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #2018 Exhibit A-3: Project Specification Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 08-27-2018 -08-26-2019 Air Force Research Laboratory Application and research into advanced analytics development Role:PI $52,070.40 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #2018 Exhibit A-4: Project Specification / FA8604-18-C-4006 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 11-01-2018 -05-31-2020 Air Force Research Laboratory EXHIBIT A-4: Application and research into advanced enterprise document management systems Role:PI $149,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #2018 Exhibit A-5: Project Specification / FA8604-18-C-4007 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 11-01-2018 -05-31-2020 Air Force Research Laboratory EXHIBIT A-5: Application and research into advanced enterprise document management systems and desktop application integration Role:PI $149,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Sharma, Anil; Kumar, Suresh; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2010. )Bacillus thuringiensis Protein Cry6B (BGSC ID 4D8) is Toxic to Larvae of Hypera postica.Current microbiology, ,

Singh, Gatikrushna; Sachdev, Bindiya; Sharma, Nathilal; Seth, Rakesh; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2010. )Mode of action of Vegetative insecticidal protein of Bacillus thuringiensis: interaction with ribosomal S2 protein triggers larvicidal activity in Spodoptera.Applied and environmental microbiology, ,

Singh, Gatikrushna; Korde, Reshma; Malhotra, Pawan; Mukherjee, Sunil; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2010. )Systematic deletion and site-directed mutagenesis of FHVB2 establish the role of C-terminal amino acid residues in RNAi suppression.Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,398 (2 ),290-5

Arora, Naresh; Hoque, M E; Rajagopal, R; Sachdev, Bindiya; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2009. )Expression, purification, and characterization of pro-phenoloxidase-activating serine protease from Spodoptera litura.Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology, ,72 (2 ),61-73

Singh, Gatikrushna; Popli, Sonam; Hari, Yukti; Malhotra, Pawan; Mukherjee, Sunil; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2009. )Suppression of RNA silencing by Flock house virus B2 protein is mediated through its interaction with the PAZ domain of Dicer.The FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, ,23 (6 ),1845-57

Rani, Asha; Sharma, Anil; Rajagopal, Raman; Adak, Tridibesh; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2009. )Bacterial diversity analysis of larvae and adult midgut microflora using culture-dependent and culture-independent methods in lab-reared and field-collected Anopheles stephensi-an Asian malarial vector.BMC microbiology, ,9 ,96

Rajagopal, Raman; Arora, Naresh; Sivakumar, Swaminathan; Rao, Nagarjun G V; Nimbalkar, Sharad A; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2009. )Resistance of Helicoverpa armigera to Cry1Ac toxin from Bacillus thuringiensis is due to improper processing of the protoxin.The Biochemical journal, ,419 (2 ),309-16

Korde, Reshma; Bhardwaj, Ashima; Singh, Rita; Srivastava, Anand; Chauhan, Virander S; Bhatnagar, Raj K; Malhotra, Pawan (2008. )A prodomain peptide of Plasmodium falciparum cysteine protease (falcipain-2) inhibits malaria parasite development.Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,51 (11 ),3116-23

Rodrigues, Janneth; Agrawal, Neema; Sharma, Anil; Malhotra, Pawan; Adak, Tridibes; Chauhan, Virander S; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2007. )Transcriptional analysis of an immune-responsive serine protease from Indian malarial vector, Anopheles culicifacies.BMC molecular biology, ,8 ,33

Sivakumar, Swaminathan; Rajagopal, Raman; Venkatesh, G Raja; Srivastava, Anand; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2007. )Knockdown of aminopeptidase-N from Helicoverpa armigera larvae and in transfected Sf21 cells by RNA interference reveals its functional interaction with Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal protein Cry1Ac.The Journal of biological chemistry, ,282 (10 ),7312-9

Rajagopal, R; Mohan, Sharad; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2006. )Direct infection of Spodoptera litura by Photorhabdus luminescens encapsulated in alginate beads.Journal of invertebrate pathology, ,93 (1 ),50-3

Rajagopal, S; Kaushik, V; Irion, K; Herd, M E; Bhatnagar, R K (2006. )Schwannoma of the nasal septum.The British journal of radiology, ,79 (943 ),e16-8

Rajagopal, R; Thamilarasi, K; Venkatesh, G Raja; Srinivas, P; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2005. )Immune cascade of Spodoptera litura: cloning, expression, and characterization of inducible prophenol oxidase.Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,337 (1 ),394-400

Dasaradhi, Palakodeti V N; Mohmmed, Asif; Kumar, Amit; Hossain, Manzar J; Bhatnagar, Raj K; Chauhan, Virander S; Malhotra, Pawan (2005. )A role of falcipain-2, principal cysteine proteases of Plasmodium falciparum in merozoite egression.Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,336 (4 ),1062-8

Bhatnagar, R K; Berry, Sandeep (2004. )Selective surgicel packing for the treatment of posterior epistaxis. Ear, nose, & throat journal, ,83 (9 ),633-4

Agrawal, Neema; Malhotra, Pawan; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2004. )siRNA-directed silencing of transgene expressed in cultured insect cells.Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,320 (2 ),428-34

Leelavathi, S; Sunnichan, V G; Kumria, R; Vijaykanth, G P; Bhatnagar, R K; Reddy, V S (2004. )A simple and rapid Agrobacterium-mediated transformation protocol for cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.): embryogenic calli as a source to generate large numbers of transgenic plants.Plant cell reports, ,22 (7 ),465-70

Agrawal, Neema; Dasaradhi, P V N; Mohmmed, Asif; Malhotra, Pawan; Bhatnagar, Raj K; Mukherjee, Sunil K (2003. )RNA interference: biology, mechanism, and applications. Microbiology and molecular biology reviews : MMBR, ,67 (4 ),657-85

Ahmad, Tarannum; Rajagopal, R; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2003. )Molecular characterization of chitinase from polyphagous pest Helicoverpa armigera. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,310 (1 ),188-95

Arora, Naresh; Selvapandiyan, A; Agrawal, Neema; Bhatnagar, R K (2003. )Relocating expression of vegetative insecticidal protein into mother cell of Bacillus thuringiensis. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,310 (1 ),158-62

Mohmmed, Asif; Dasaradhi, Palakodeti V N; Bhatnagar, Raj K; Chauhan, Virander S; Malhotra, Pawan (2003. )In vivo gene silencing in Plasmodium berghei--a mouse malaria model. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,309 (3 ),506-11

Arora, Naresh; Ahmad, Tarannum; Rajagopal, R; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2003. )A constitutively expressed 36 kDa exochitinase from Bacillus thuringiensis HD-1. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,307 (3 ),620-5

Bhatnagar, Raj K; Arora, Naresh; Sachidanand, S; Shahabuddin, Mohammed; Keister, David; Chauhan, Virendra S (2003. )Synthetic propeptide inhibits mosquito midgut chitinase and blocks sporogonic development of malaria parasite. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,304 (4 ),783-7

Rajagopal, R; Agrawal, Neema; Selvapandiyan, Angamuthu; Sivakumar, S; Ahmad, Suhail; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2003. )Recombinantly expressed isoenzymic aminopeptidases from Helicoverpa armigera (American cotton bollworm) midgut display differential interaction with closely related Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal proteins.The Biochemical journal, ,370 (Pt 3 ),971-8

Kumria, R; Sunnichan, V G; Das, D K; Gupta, S K; Reddy, V S; Bhatnagar, R K; Leelavathi, S (2003. )High-frequency somatic embryo production and maturation into normal plants in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) through metabolic stress.Plant cell reports, ,21 (7 ),635-9

Rajagopal, R; Sivakumar, S; Agrawal, Neema; Malhotra, Pawan; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2002. )Silencing of midgut aminopeptidase N of Spodoptera litura by double-stranded RNA establishes its role as Bacillus thuringiensis toxin receptor.The Journal of biological chemistry, ,277 (49 ),46849-51

Agrawal, Neema; Malhotra, Pawan; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2002. )Interaction of gene-cloned and insect cell-expressed aminopeptidase N of Spodoptera litura with insecticidal crystal protein Cry1C. Applied and environmental microbiology, ,68 (9 ),4583-92

Malhotra, Pawan; Dasaradhi, Palakodeti V N; Kumar, Amit; Mohmmed, Asif; Agrawal, Neema; Bhatnagar, Raj K; Chauhan, Virander S (2002. )Double-stranded RNA-mediated gene silencing of cysteine proteases (falcipain-1 and -2) of Plasmodium falciparum. Molecular microbiology, ,45 (5 ),1245-54

Rajagopal, Raman; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2002. )Insecticidal Toxic Proteins Produced by Photorhabdus luminescens akhurstii, a Symbiont of Heterorhabditis indica. Journal of nematology, ,34 (1 ),23-7

Selvapandiyan, A; Arora, N; Rajagopal, R; Jalali, S K; Venkatesan, T; Singh, S P; Bhatnagar, R K (2001. )Toxicity analysis of N- and C-terminus-deleted vegetative insecticidal protein from Bacillus thuringiensis.Applied and environmental microbiology, ,67 (12 ),5855-8

Hard, D L; Bhatnagar, R K; Molina, J R; Anderson, L L (2001. )Secretion of dopamine and norepinephrine in hypophyseal portal blood and prolactin in peripheral blood of Holstein cattle. Domestic animal endocrinology, ,20 (2 ),89-100

Ahmad, S; Selvapandiyan, A; Bhatnagar, R K (2000. )Phylogenetic analysis of gram-positive bacteria based on grpE, encoded by the dnaK operon. International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology, ,50 Pt 5 ,1761-6

Ahmad, S; Selvapandiyan, A; Bhatnagar, R K (1999. )A protein-based phylogenetic tree for gram-positive bacteria derived from hrcA, a unique heat-shock regulatory gene. International journal of systematic bacteriology, ,49 Pt 4 ,1387-94

Ahmad, S; Selvapandiyan, A; Gasbarri, M; Bhatnagar, R K (1999. )Molecular cloning of the dnaK gene region from Bacillus sphaericus in the context of genomic comparisons. Microbial & comparative genomics, ,4 (1 ),47-58

Ahmad, S; Selvapandiyan, A; Bhatnagar, R K (1998. )Increased toxicity of modified mosquitocidal binary toxins of Bacillus sphaericus expressed in Escherichia coli. Applied microbiology and biotechnology, ,49 (2 ),164-7

Marzari, R; Edomi, P; Bhatnagar, R K; Ahmad, S; Selvapandiyan, A; Bradbury, A (1997. )Phage display of Bacillus thuringiensis CryIA(a) insecticidal toxin. FEBS letters, ,411 (1 ),27-31

Selvapandiyan, A; Ahmad, S; Majumder, K; Arora, N; Bhatnagar, R K (1996. )Evidence for the shikimate-3-phosphate interacting site in the N-terminal domain of 5-enolpyruvyl shikimate-3-phosphate synthase of Bacillus subtilis. Biochemistry and molecular biology international, ,40 (3 ),603-10

Prasad, R A; Bhatnagar, R K; Ratnakar, C; Veliath, A J (1996. )Alport's syndrome--a case report. Indian journal of pathology & microbiology, ,39 (3 ),225-7

Selvapandiyan, A; Majumder, K; Fattah, F A; Ahmad, S; Arora, N; Bhatnagar, R K (1995. )Point mutation of a conserved arginine (104) to lysine introduces hypersensitivity to inhibition by glyphosate in the 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase of Bacillus subtilis. FEBS letters, ,374 (2 ),253-6

Majumder, K; Choudhury, S; Bhatnagar, R K (1995. )Recombinant enrichment by exploitation of the wobble bases in the recognition site of long-cutters: design, synthesis and incorporation of zero-background linkers in cloning and expression vectors. Gene, ,163 (1 ),167-8

Majumder, K; Selvapandiyan, A; Fattah, F A; Arora, N; Ahmad, S; Bhatnagar, R K (1995. )5-Enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase of Bacillus subtilis is an allosteric enzyme. Analysis of Arg24-->Asp, Pro105-->Ser and His385-->Lys mutations suggests a hidden phosphoenolpyruvate-binding site. European journal of biochemistry / FEBS, ,229 (1 ),99-106

Majumder, K; Fattah, F A; Selvapandiyan, A; Bhatnagar, R K (1995. )Background-minimized cassette mutagenesis by PCR using cassette-specific selection markers: a useful general approach for studying structure-function relationships of multisubstrate enzymes. PCR methods and applications, ,4 (4 ),212-8

Majumder, K; Choudhury, S; Bhatnagar, R K (1994. )Recombinant enrichment by exploitation of restriction sites with interrupted palindromes: design, synthesis and incorporation of zero-background linkers in cloning and expression vectors. Gene, ,151 (1-2 ),147-51

Ma, S; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K (1992. )Further studies on central actions of nitroglycerin and lack of evidence for nitroglycerin interacting on [3H]clonidine binding sites in cortex membranes. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,261 (3 ),1187-94

Cannon, J G; Sahin, M F; Bhatnagar, R K; Flynn, J R; Long, J P (1991. )Structure-activity studies on a potent antagonist to organophosphate-induced toxicity. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,34 (5 ),1582-4

Vijayaragavan, S; Bhat, B V; Srinivasan, S; Bhatnagar, R K; Venugopal, A (1990. )Harlequin fetus with polydactyly and renal dysplasia. Indian pediatrics, ,27 (8 ),874-6

Chatterjee, T K; Bhatnagar, R K (1990. )Ca2(+)-dependent, ATP-induced conversion of the [3H]hemicholinium-3 binding sites from high- to low-affinity states in rat striatum: effect of protein kinase inhibitors on this affinity conversion and synaptosomal choline transport. Journal of neurochemistry, ,54 (5 ),1500-8

Bhatnagar, R K (1990. )Critical evaluation of Per-Lee tubes in children. The Journal of laryngology and otology, ,104 (2 ),112-3

Cannon, J G; Sahin, M F; Long, J P; Flynn, J R; Bhatnagar, R K (1990. )Hemicholinium-3 congeners as potential antagonists to organophosphate-induced toxicity. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,33 (2 ),577-9

Hendry, A T; Bhatnagar, R K; Shanmugam, K T; Jensen, R A (1990. )Exploitation of the broad specificity of the membrane-bound isoenzyme of lactate dehydrogenase for direct selection of null mutants in Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Journal of general microbiology, ,136 (1 ),45-50

Cannon, J G; True, C D; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K; Leonard, P; Flynn, J R (1989. )Introduction of a putative dopaminergic prodrug moiety into a 6,7-substitution pattern characteristic of certain 2-aminotetralin dopaminergic agonists. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,32 (9 ),2210-4

Cannon, J G; Jackson, H; Long, J P; Leonard, P; Bhatnagar, R K (1989. )5-HT1A-receptor antagonism: N-alkyl derivatives of (R)-(-)-8,11-dimethoxynoraporphine. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,32 (8 ),1959-62

Bhatnagar, R K; Berry, A; Hendry, A T; Jensen, R A (1989. )The biochemical basis for growth inhibition by L-phenylalanine in Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Molecular microbiology, ,3 (3 ),429-35

Bhatnagar, R K; Hendry, A T; Shanmugam, K T; Jensen, R A (1989. )The broad-specificity, membrane-bound lactate dehydrogenase of Neisseria gonorrhoeae: ties to aromatic metabolism. Journal of general microbiology, ,135 (Pt 2 ),353-60

Bhatnagar, R K; Doull, J L; Vining, L C (1988. )Role of the carbon source in regulating chloramphenicol production by Streptomyces venezuelae: studies in batch and continuous cultures. Canadian journal of microbiology, ,34 (11 ),1217-23

Tedford, C E; Flynn, J R; Bhatnagar, R K; Cannon, J G; Long, J P (1988. )Alterations in acetylcholine metabolism in rat striatal slices by a 4-methyl piperidine analog of hemicholinium-3. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,247 (2 ),460-5

Cannon, J G; Lee, T M; Chang, Y; Nyanda, A M; Bhattacharyya, B; Flynn, J R; Chatterjee, T; Bhatnagar, R K; Long, J P (1988. )Structure-activity relationship studies of hemicholinium (HC-3) congeners. Pharmaceutical research, ,5 (6 ),359-64

Chatterjee, T K; Long, J P; Cannon, J G; Bhatnagar, R K (1988. )Methylpiperidine analog of hemicholinium-3: a selective, high affinity non-competitive inhibitor of sodium dependent choline uptake system. European journal of pharmacology, ,149 (3 ),241-8

Chatterjee, T K; Scott, C E; Vazquez, D M; Bhatnagar, R K (1988. )Interaction of [3H]spiperone with rat striatal dopamine D-2 receptors: kinetic evidence for antagonist-induced formation of ternary complex. Molecular pharmacology, ,33 (4 ),402-13

Cannon, J G; Mohan, P; Bojarski, J; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K; Leonard, P A; Flynn, J R; Chatterjee, T K (1988. )(R)-(-)-10-methyl-11-hydroxyaporphine: a highly selective serotonergic agonist. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,31 (2 ),313-8

Berry, A; Bhatnagar, R K; Jensen, R A (1987. )Enzymic basis for leakiness of auxotrophs for phenylalanine in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Journal of general microbiology, ,133 (11 ),3257-63

Tomanek, R J; Carlson, D W; Palmer, P J; Bhatnagar, R K (1987. )Role of sympathetic nerves during developing cardiac hypertrophy in Grollman hypertensive rats. The American journal of physiology, ,253 (4 Pt 2 ),H818-25

Chatterjee, T K; Cannon, J G; Bhatnagar, R K (1987. )Characteristics of [3H]hemicholinium-3 binding to rat striatal membranes: evidence for negative cooperative site-site interactions. Journal of neurochemistry, ,49 (4 ),1191-201

Bellin, S I; Bhatnagar, R K; Johnson, A K (1987. )Periventricular noradrenergic systems are critical for angiotensin-induced drinking and blood pressure responses. Brain research, ,403 (1 ),105-12

Ahmad, S; Bhatnagar, R K; Venkitasubramanian, T A (1986. )Ornithine transcarbamylase from Mycobacterium smegmatis ATCC 14468: purification, properties, and reaction mechanism. Biochemistry and cell biology = Biochimie et biologie cellulaire, ,64 (12 ),1349-55

Cannon, J G; Amoo, V E; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K; Flynn, J R (1986. )p-Dimethoxy-substituted trans-octahydrobenzo[f]- and -[g]quinolines: synthesis and assessment of dopaminergic agonist effects. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,29 (12 ),2529-34

Ahmad, S; Bhatnagar, R K; Venkitasubramanian, T A Changes in the enzyme activities involved in nitrogen assimilation in Mycobacterium smegmatis under various growth conditions. Annales de l'Institut Pasteur. Microbiology, ,137B (3 ),231-7

Cannon, J G; Furlano, D C; Dushin, R G; Chang, Y A; Baird, S R; Soliman, L N; Flynn, J R; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K (1986. )Assessment of a potential dopaminergic prodrug moiety in several ring systems. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,29 (10 ),2016-20

Bhatnagar, R K; Ahmad, S; Mukerji, K G; Venkitasubramanian, T A (1986. )Nitrogen metabolism in Aspergillus parasiticus NRRL 3240 and A. flavus NRRL 3537 in relation to aflatoxin production. The Journal of applied bacteriology, ,60 (3 ),203-11

Bhatnagar, R K; Ahmad, S; Mukerji, K G; Subramanian, T A (1986. )Pyridine nucleotides and redox state regulation of aflatoxin biosynthesis in Aspergillus parasiticus NRRL 3240. The Journal of applied bacteriology, ,60 (2 ),135-41

Bardo, M T; Schmidt, R H; Bhatnagar, R K (1985. )Effects of morphine on sprouting of locus coeruleus fibers in the neonatal rat. Brain research, ,354 (2 ),161-8

Cannon, J G; Koble-Suarez, C; Long, J P; Ilhan, M; Bhatnagar, R K (1985. )Cis- and trans-4-n-Propyl-1,2,3,4,4a,5,6,10b-octahydrobenzo(f)quinolines. Journal of pharmaceutical sciences, ,74 (6 ),672-5

Ilhan, M; Flynn, J R; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K; Cannon, J G (1985. )Dopamine receptor agonistic activities of R- and S-enantiomers of 4-hydroxy-2-di-n-propylaminoindan in cat hearts. The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, ,37 (5 ),364-5

Farley, D B; Ford, S P; Reynolds, L P; Bhatnagar, R K; Van Orden, D E (1984. )Quantitation of alpha 1-adrenergic receptors in porcine uterine and mesenteric arteries. American journal of obstetrics and gynecology, ,150 (5 Pt 1 ),485-91

Ford, S P; Reynolds, L P; Farley, D B; Bhatnagar, R K; Van Orden, D E (1984. )Interaction of ovarian steroids and periarterial alpha 1-adrenergic receptors in altering uterine blood flow during the estrous cycle of gilts. American journal of obstetrics and gynecology, ,150 (5 Pt 1 ),480-4

Ahmad, S; Bhatnagar, R K; Venkitasubramanian, T A Influence of carbon and nitrogen sources on arginine biosynthesis in Mycobacterium smegmatis ATCC 14468. Annales de microbiologie, ,135B (2 ),137-46

Tucker, D C; Bhatnagar, R K; Johnson, A K (1984. )Genetic and environmental influences on developing autonomic control of heart rate. The American journal of physiology, ,246 (4 Pt 2 ),R578-86

Chatterjee, T K; Bhatnagar, R K; Cannon, J G; Long, J P (1984. )Interaction of dihydroxy-2-aminotetralin derivatives at sites labelled with [3H]clonidine, [3H]prazosin and [3H]spiperone in rat brain membranes. European journal of pharmacology, ,98 (2 ),293-6

Cannon, J G; Hamer, R L; Ilhan, M; Bhatnagar, R K; Long, J P (1984. )Conformationally restricted congeners of dopamine derived from octahydrobenzo[g]quinoline and octahydrobenzo[f]quinoline. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,27 (2 ),190-5

Cannon, J G; Pease, J P; Hamer, R L; Ilhan, M; Bhatnagar, R K; Long, J P (1984. )Resorcinol congeners of dopamine derived from benzocycloheptene and indan. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,27 (2 ),186-9

Arneri?, S P; Chow, S A; Bhatnagar, R K; Webb, R L; Fischer, L J; Long, J P (1984. )Evidence that central dopamine receptors modulate sympathetic neuronal activity to the adrenal medulla to alter glucoregulatory mechanisms. Neuropharmacology, ,23 (2A ),137-47

Bardo, M T; Bhatnagar, R K; Gebhart, G F (1983. )Chronic naltrexone increases opiate binding in brain and produces supersensitivity to morphine in the locus coeruleus of the rat. Brain research, ,289 (1-2 ),223-34

Banerjee, A K; Bhatnagar, R K; Bhusnurmath, S R (1983. )Secondary cerebral amebiasis. Tropical and geographical medicine, ,35 (4 ),333-6

White, S R; Bhatnagar, R K; Bardo, M T (1983. )Norepinephrine depletion in the spinal cord gray matter of rats with experimental allergic encephalomyelitis. Journal of neurochemistry, ,40 (6 ),1771-3

Bardo, M T; Bhatnagar, R K; Gebhart, G F (1983. )Age-related differences in the effect of chronic administration of naloxone on opiate binding in rat brain. Neuropharmacology, ,22 (4 ),453-61

Cannon, J G; Perez, J A; Bhatnagar, R K; Long, J P; Sharabi, F M (1982. )Conformationally restricted congeners of dopamine derived from 2-aminoindan. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,25 (12 ),1442-6

Bardo, M T; Bhatnagar, R K; Gebhart, G F (1982. )An improved filtration procedure for measuring opiate receptors in small regions of rat brain. Journal of neurochemistry, ,39 (6 ),1751-4

Arneri?, S P; Collins, E D; Bhatnagar, R K; Long, J P (1982. )Is domperidone a selective peripheral dopamine-receptor antagonist in vivo? .Neuropharmacology, ,21 (12 ),1317-21

Bhatnagar, R K; Ahmad, S; Mukerji, K G; Venkitasubramanian, T A (1982. )Role of blastospores in protecting Aspergillus parasiticus NRRL 3240 from high levels of aflatoxins. Applied and environmental microbiology, ,44 (3 ),579-82

Schmid, P G; Lund, D D; Davis, J A; Whiteis, C A; Bhatnagar, R K; Roskoski, R (1982. )Selective sympathetic neural changes in hypertrophied right ventricle. The American journal of physiology, ,243 (2 ),H175-80

Litchfield, R L; Kerber, R E; Benge, J W; Mark, A L; Sopko, J; Bhatnagar, R K; Marcus, M L (1982. )Normal exercise capacity in patients with severe left ventricular dysfunction: compensatory mechanisms. Circulation, ,66 (1 ),129-34

Sindelar, R D; Mott, J; Barfknecht, C F; Arneric, S P; Flynn, J R; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K (1982. )2-Amino-4,7-dimethoxyindan derivatives: synthesis and assessment of dopaminergic and cardiovascular actions. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,25 (7 ),858-64

Tomanek, R J; Bhatnagar, R K; Schmid, P; Brody, M J (1982. )Role of catecholamines in myocardial cell hypertrophy in hypertensive rats. The American journal of physiology, ,242 (6 ),H1015-21

Bardo, M T; Bhatnagar, R K; Gebhart, G F (1982. )Differential effects of chronic morphine and naloxone on opiate receptors, monoamines, and morphine-induced behaviors in preweanling rats. Brain research, ,256 (2 ),139-47

Bardo, M T; Bhatnagar, R K; Gebhart, G F; Hughes, R A (1982. )Opiate receptor development in midbrain and forebrain of posthatch chicks. Brain research, ,255 (4 ),668-73

Lund, D D; Schmid, P G; Bhatnagar, R K; Roskoski, R (1982. )Changes in parasympathetic and sympathetic neurochemical indices in hearts of myopathic hamsters. Journal of the autonomic nervous system, ,5 (2 ),237-46

Bhatnagar, R K; Ahmad, S; Kohli, K K; Mukerji, K G; Venkitasubramanian, T A (1982. )Induction of polysubstrate monooxygenase and aflatoxin production by phenobarbitone in Aspergillus parasiticus NRRL 3240. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,104 (4 ),1287-92

Bhatnagar, R K; Arneri?, S P; Cannon, J G; Flynn, J; Long, J P (1982. )Structure activity relationships of presynaptic dopamine receptor agonists. Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior, ,17 Suppl 1 ,11-9

Bardo, M T; Bhatnagar, R K; Gebhart, G F (1981. )Opiate receptor ontogeny and morphine-induced effects: influence of chronic footshock stress in preweanling rats. Brain research, ,227 (4 ),487-95

Verimer, T; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K; Koble, D L; Cannon, J G; Flynn, J R; Goodale, D B; Arneri?, S P (1981. )Dopamine receptor stimulating activity of 5-hydroxy-6-methyl-2-aminotetralin derivatives. Archives internationales de pharmacodynamie et de thérapie, ,250 (2 ),221-41

Schmidt, R H; Kasik, S A; Bhatnagar, R K (1980. )Regenerative critical periods for locus coeruleus in postnatal rat pups following intracisternal 6-hydroxydopamine: a model of noradrenergic development. Brain research, ,191 (1 ),173-90

Van Orden, D E; Goodale, D B; Baker, H A; Farley, D B; Bhatnagar, R K (1980. )Uterine catecholamines and prostaglandins during the estrous cycle of the rat. Endocrinology, ,106 (5 ),1650-4

Bhatnagar, R K; Srivastava, O S; Aggarwal, N K; Bami, H L (1980. )Phosphoglucomutase (PGM) typing of blood stains. The Indian journal of medical research, ,71 ,627-31

Schmidt, R H; Bhatnagar, R K (1980. )Intracisternal dose-response analysis of 6-hydroxydopamine-induced noradrenergic sprouting in the neonatal rat cerebellum. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,212 (3 ),456-61

Schmidt, R H; Bhatnagar, R K (1979. )Critical periods for noradrenergic regeneration in rat brain regions following neonatal subcutaneous 6-hydroxydopamine. Life sciences, ,25 (19 ),1641-50

Schmidt, R H; Bhatnagar, R K (1979. )Distribution of hypertrophied locus coeruleus projection to adult cerebellum after neonatal 6-hydroxydopamine. Brain research, ,172 (1 ),23-33

McNamara, R F; Schmid, P G; Schmidt, J A; Lund, D D; Bhatnagar, R K (1979. )Humoral regulation of vascular resistance after 30 days of pulmonary artery constriction. The American journal of physiology, ,236 (6 ),H866-72

Schmidt, R H; Bhatnagar, R K (1979. )Assessment of the effects of neonatal subcutaneous 6-hydroxydopamine on noradrenergic and dopaminergic innervation of the cerebral cortex. Brain research, ,166 (2 ),309-19

Schmidt, R H; Bhatnagar, R K (1979. )Regional development of norepinephrine, dopamine-beta-hydroxylase and tyrosine hydroxylase in the rat brain subsequent to neonatal treatment with subcutaneous 6-hydroxydopamine. Brain research, ,166 (2 ),293-308

Lund, D D; Knuepfer, M M; Brody, M J; Bhatnagar, R K; Schmid, P G; Roskoski, R (1978. )Comparison of tyrosine hydroxylase and choline acetyltransferase activity in response to sympathetic nervous system activation. Brain research, ,156 (1 ),192-7

Newby, M B; Roberts, R J; Bhatnagar, R K (1978. )Carbon monoxide- and hypoxia-induced effects on catecholamines in the mature and developing rat brain. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,206 (1 ),61-8

Bacopoulos, N G; Bhatnagar, R K; Van Orden, L S (1978. )The effects of subhypnotic doses of ethanol on regional catecholamine turnover. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,204 (1 ),1-10

Bacopoulos, N G; Bhatnagar, R K (1977. )Correlation between tyrosine hydroxylase activity and catecholamine concentration or turnover in brain regions. Journal of neurochemistry, ,29 (4 ),639-43

Baker, H A; Burke, J P; Bhatnagar, R K; Van Order, D E; Van Orden, L S; Hartman, B K (1977. )Histochemical and biochemical characterization of the rat paracervical ganglion. Brain research, ,132 (3 ),393-405

Sivaram, S; Bhatnagar, R K; Bhandari, S K; Sijher, J S (1975. )Differentiation between stains of human blood and blood of monkey. Forensic science, ,6 (3 ),145-52

Cheng, H C; Bhatnagar, R K; Long, J P Dopaminergic nature of amphetamine-induced pecking in pigeons. European journal of pharmacology, ,33 (2 ),319-24

Bacopoulos, N G; Bhatnagar, R K; Schnute, W J; Van Orden, L S (1975. )On the use of the fluorescence histochemical method to estimate catecholamine content in brain. Neuropharmacology, ,14 (4 ),291-9

Bhatnagar, R K; Bhandari, S K; Sijher, J S; Srivastava, P P [Preservation effects in forensic ABO-determinations using analysis of results as evidence in criminal cases] .Archiv für Kriminologie, ,154 (3-4 ),91-9

McKercher, T C; Van Orden, L S; Bhatnagar, R K; Burke, J P (1973. )Estrogen-induced biogenic amine reduction in rat uterus. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,185 (3 ),514-22

Chiueh, C C; Bhatnagar, R K; Moore, K E (1972. )In vitro synthesis of noradrenaline in ganglia and salivary glands after in vivo preganglionic stimulation. The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, ,24 (6 ),459-63

Bhatnagar, R K; Moore, K E (1972. )Regulation of norepinephrine contents in neuronal cell bodies and terminals during and after cessation of preganglionic stimulation. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,180 (2 ),265-76

Sodhi, H S; Bhatnagar, R K; MacKenzie, S L (1971. )Evaluation of methods for preparing proteins from plasma high density lipoproteins. Canadian journal of biochemistry, ,49 (9 ),1076-82

Bhatnagar, R K; Moore, K E (1971. )Effects of electrical stimulation, -methyltyrosine and desmethylimipramine on the norepinephrine contents of neuronal cell bodies and terminals. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,178 (3 ),450-63

Bhatnagar, R K; Moore, K E (1971. )Maintenance of noradrenaline in neuronal cell bodies and terminals: effect of frequency of stimulation. The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, ,23 (8 ),625-7

Moore, R Y; Bhatnagar, R K; Heller, A (1971. )Anatomical and chemical studies of a nigro-neostriatal projection in the cat. Brain research, ,30 (1 ),119-35

Misra, R C; Saxena, S N; Gupta, S M; Bhatnagar, R K; Ghosh Ray, B; Chuttani, H K (1969. )Clinical and bacteriological evaluation of doxycycline, a new antibiotic. Chemotherapy, ,14 (1 ),54-9

Mukerji, A C; Sharma, M M; Taneja, O P; Saxena, S N; Bhatnagar, R K; Ghosh-Ray, B (1969. )A clinical trial of alpha-6-deoxyoxytetracycline (doxycycline) in the treatment of urinary tract infections. Chemotherapy, ,14 (2 ),77-85

Bhatnagar, R K; Sant, M V; Jhala, H I (1967. )Prevalence of leptospirosis in Bombay. Studies in man and animals. Indian journal of pathology & bacteriology, ,10 (4 ),324-31

Moore, R Y; Bhatnagar, R K; Heller, A (1966. )Norepinephrine and DOPA decarboxylase in rat brain following hypothalamic lesions. International journal of neuropharmacology, ,5 (4 ),287-91

Research and Practice Interests

Data mining, pattern recognition, AI, uncertainty handling, algorithms for bioinformatics.

Preferred Information

secs.ceas.uc.edu/~bhatnark

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Rashmi Jha link

Assoc Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

385 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-1361

Dr. Rashmi Jha is an Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems Department at the University of Cincinnati. She worked as an Assistant Professor and then Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the University of Toledo from 2008 to 2015. Before this, she worked as a Process Integration Engineer for 45 nm/32 nm High-k/Metal Gates based Advanced CMOS technology at Semiconductor Research and Development Center, IBM, East Fishkill New York between 2006-2008. She finished her Ph.D. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University in 2006 and 2003, respectively, and B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, India in 2000. She has more than 13 years of experience in the areas of Solid State Electronic/Nanoelectronic Device Fabrication, Electrical Characterization, Data Analysis, and Device Modeling.  She has been granted 12 US patents and has authored/co-authored several publications in the areas of nanoelectronic devices. She has been a recipient of CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation in 2013, IBM Faculty Award in 2012, IBM Invention Achievement Award in 2007, Materials Research Society's Graduate Student Award in 2006, Applied Materials Fellowship Award in 2005-2006, and the best student paper award nomination in IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) in 2005. Her current research interests lie in the areas of Nanoelectronic Devices Enabled Future Neuromorphic Computing Systems, Resistive Random Access Memory Devices and other Emerging Memory and Logic Devices, Spintronics, Neuroscience and Cognitive Modeling, Neuroelectronics, Emerging Nanoscale Devices Enabled Cyber-Security Systems, Flexible/Invisible Logic and Memory Devices for Wearable Computing, Solid Oxide Battery Devices, and Energy Harvesting Devices.  
 
Education

Ph.D., North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC, USA, 2006 (Electrical Engineering)

M.S., North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC, USA, 2003 (Electrical Engineering)

B.Tech. , Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, India, 2000 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #CNS-1556301 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi 05-30-2015 -08-31-2017 National Science Foundation SaTC: Collaborative: Exploiting Spintronics for Security, Trust and Authentication Role:PI $196,979.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #ECCS-1556294 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi 08-03-2015 -12-31-2017 National Science Foundation CAREER: Novel Nanoelectronic Reconfigurable Synaptic Memory Devices Role:PI $362,231.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #RY1-UC-17-4 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi 05-08-2017 -05-07-2018 Ohio Department of Higher Education Cyber Physical System Assessment Tools and Techniques for Trusted Microelectronics Role:PI $52,258.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #CCF-1718428 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi 08-01-2017 -07-31-2020 National Science Foundation SHF:Small: Collaborative Research: Exploring 3-Dimensional Integration Strategies of STTRAM Role:PI $224,999.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #SETS03-UC-2017 / USAF FA8650-14-D-1724/0003 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Vemuri, Ranganadha 02-01-2018 -01-30-2019 Air Force Research Laboratory Secure Engineering of Trusted Systems (SETS), USAF FA8650-14-D-1724/0003 Role:Collaborator $102,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #1919.03.22.91 / FA8650-13-D-1547/0003 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Niu, Nan; Ralescu, Anca 08-01-2017 -07-31-2018 Department of the Air Force Exploring Binary Diversification in Codes for Cyber Defense Role:PI $67,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #18-RI-EP-08 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi 03-01-2018 -02-28-2023 Air Force Research Laboratory EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP (18-RI-EP-08) Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #FA8650-18-C-1911 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Ralescu, Anca 04-27-2018 -12-31-2020 Air Force Research Laboratory A Novel, Effective, and Efficient Method for Real-Time Prevention and Detection of, and Intervention in Cyber Attacks for Avionics Systems Role:Collaborator $412,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #RY-12-UC-18-4 sub ODHE Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Ralescu, Anca 08-27-2018 -08-26-2019 Ohio Department of Higher Education Bio-Inspired Self-Evolving Software Platform for Cyber Security / Student: Jeremiah Greer Role:PI $44,130.00 Awarded Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #1919.05.05.91 / FA8650-13-D-1547, Task Order FA8650-17-F-1043 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Ralescu, Anca 06-01-2018 -10-31-2018 Air Force Research Laboratory Dynamic Analysis using Intel Processor Trace for Real-Time Malware Detection Role:PI $36,300.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #180889102 via e1350 pre-approval Investigators:Jha, Rashmi 09-01-2018 -12-31-2018 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Machine Learning to Predict Lower Back Pain Based on Wearable Sensors Data Role:PI $2,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Honors and Awards

CAREER Award, National Science Foundation, 2013

Researcher of the Year Award, EECS Dept., University of Toledo, 2013

IBM Faculty Award, IBM Corporation, 2012

IBM Invention Achievement Award, 2007

Graduate Student Award, Materials Research Society, Spring Meeting, 2006

Applied Materials Fellowship Award, 2005

Best student paper nomination, IEEE/IEDM, 2005

2017 Summer Faculty Fellowship Award US Airforce Research Lab

2017 Master Educator Award College of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Cincinnati

2013 Summer Faculty Fellowship Award National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network

Positions and Work Experience

2000 -2002 Software Engineer, Geometric Software Solutions, Pune, India

2002 -2006 Graduate Research Assistant, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA

2006 -2008 Process Integration Engineer, Semiconductor Research and Development Center, IBM Corporation, East Fishkill, NY, USA

2008 -2014 Assistant Professor, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, USA

2014 -2015 Associate Professor, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, USA

2015 -To Present Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Research and Practice Interests

Advanced nanoscale CMOS devices, high-k/metal gates, nanoelectronics, neuromorphic computing, spintronics, hardware-security, energy harvesting, flexible-transparent electronics, nano/microfabrication, electrical characterization, device modeling, logic and memory devices, neuroelectronics and neuroengineering platforms.

Preferred Information

eecs.ceas.uc.edu/MIND

Contact Information

Academic - ERC 385
University of Cincinnati
Ohio, 45220
Phone: 513-556-1361
jhari@ucmail.uc.edu

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Nan Niu link

Assoc Professor, CEAS - Computing Sciences & Informatics

832 Rhodes Hall

513-556-0051

My current research interests focus on the information seeking strategies that developers use in software engineering. I take an ecological-evolutionary, foraging-theoretic approach to understanding and improving developers' search for relevant information in their daily activities, such as debugging, refactoring, and reuse. My research group investigates how the task environment and the information environment re-shape developers' behaviors, or more accurately, how the developers' behaviors and their environments co-evolve, each shaping the other in important ways. My CAREER project (see http://ceas.uc.edu/news-1415/niu-receives-nsf-career-award.html) links software developers' rational behaviors together with their social information foraging, learning, and co-creation.
Education

Ph.D., University of Toronto Toronto, ON, Canada, 2009 (Computer Science)

M.Sc., University of Alberta Edmonton, AB, Canada, 2004 (Computing Science)

B.Eng., Beijing Institute of Technology Beijing, China, 1999 (Computer Science and Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #CCF-1350487 Investigators:Niu, Nan 09-01-2014 -08-31-2019 National Science Foundation CAREER: Linking the Solo and Social Levels in Software Engineering Role:PI $78,698.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #PO-0008390-Task Order 3 / G504TO9DBC0017-14463 Investigators:Niu, Nan 10-20-2015 -01-14-2016 Department of Defense Automated Tool Support for Scientific Software Verification and Validation Role:PI $110,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #ACI-1558219 Investigators:Niu, Nan; Sokoloff, Michael 07-01-2016 -06-30-2018 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: S2I2: Cncp: Conceptualization of an S2I2 Institute for High Energy Physics Role:Collaborator $344,581.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #CCF-1735433 Investigators:Niu, Nan 03-15-2017 -09-30-2017 National Science Foundation Travel Grant for Grand Challenges of Traceability (GCT): The Next Ten Years Role:PI $7,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #1919.03.22.91 / FA8650-13-D-1547/0003 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Niu, Nan; Ralescu, Anca 08-01-2017 -07-31-2018 Department of the Air Force Exploring Binary Diversification in Codes for Cyber Defense Role:Collaborator $67,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Honors and Awards

2014 -2019 CAREER Award U.S. National Science Foundation

2017 Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Professor Award University of Cincinnati

2017 College of Eng. Research Award for Young Faculty University of Cincinnati

2016 Best Paper Award 24th IEEE Int’l Requirements Engineering Conference, Beijing, China

2015 -2016 Empirical Software Engineering (EMSE Journal) Review Board Springer

2015 William H. Middendorf Research Excellence Award University of Cincinnati

2012 Outstanding Team Performance ADTRAN Senior Design Showcase

2011 StatePride Faculty Award Mississippi State University

2010 Elected to Upsilon Pi Epsilon (Honor Society in Computing Sciences) Mississippi State University

2008 -2009 Doctoral Thesis Completion Scholarship University of Toronto

2003 -2004 Mary Louise Imrie Graduate Student Award University of Alberta

2002 Best Paper Award 4th IEEE Int’l Workshop on Web Site Evolution, Montreal, Canada

2002 J Gordin Kaplan Travel Award University of Alberta

2000 Most Innovative Group Award Lenovo Group Limited (Beijing, PR China)

Positions and Work Experience

1999 -2001 Software Developer, Lenovo Group Limited, Beijing, PR China

2009 -2014 Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Mississippi State University, Mississippi, USA

2014 -To Present Assistant Professor (tenure-track), University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

Research and Practice Interests

Software Engineering, Information Seeking, and Human-Centered Computing.

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Ag81t_4AAAAJ&hl=en,

Preferred Information

http://homepages.uc.edu/~niunn

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Carla Elizabeth Purdy link

Associate Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

820 Rhodes Hall

513-556-1810

Prof. Carla Purdy has authored or co-authored over 80 journal and refereed conference papers in computer engineering, computer science, mathematics, mentoring, and teaching since 1975.  She has graduated four Ph.D. students and 90 M.S. students and has advised a number of M.Eng. and Senior Project students since joining the University of Cincinnati faculty in 1986.  She is a member of the standing committee for the International IEEE Symposium on Circuits and Systems and she co-chaired the symposium in 2005 and 2013.  She is also an affiliate faculty member in the Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and a founding member of UC's WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) Committee.  She is currently head of the EECS B.S. in Computer Engineering program.  Her up-to-date vita can be found on her webpage, eecs.ceas.uc.edu/~cpurdy
Education

Ph.D., Texas A&M University College Station, TX, 1986 (Computer Science)

Ph.D., University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, IL, 1975 (Mathematics)

M.A., University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 1969 (Mathematics)

B.A., Cornell University Ithaca, NY, 1967 (Mathematics)

B.A., University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2014 (Arabic Language and Culture)

Research Support

Grant: #PO #R0402981 Investigators:Purdy, Carla 07-23-2004 -10-31-2004 Department of the Air Force Technical Collaboration in Support of Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems 2005 Role:PI $2,892.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ACM/SIGCSE-NCE Investigators:Purdy, Carla 09-01-1999 -09-30-2001 National Science Foundation Preparing Future Faculty in the University of Cincinnati Role:PI $20,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #IF-OSU-01-09 Investigators:Purdy, Carla 07-01-2001 -06-30-2004 Ohio Board of Regents Content Based Three Dimensional Information Compression for Real Time Image and Signal Detection Role:PI $43,513.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SN-AFIT-99-04 Investigators:Purdy, Carla 04-15-1999 -07-01-2001 Ohio Board of Regents Advanced Global Information Methodology for Improved C4ISR System Integration Role:PI $52,824.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 007743 Investigators:Purdy, Carla; Wilsey, Philip 10-01-2011 -09-30-2014 L-3 Fuzing & Ordnance Systems Studies to Minimize Failures in Embedded Systems Software Role:Collaborator $313,172.00 Active Level:Industry

Research and Practice Interests

Embedded systems and VLSI, intelligent embedded systems, trustworthy embedded systems, software and systems engineering, computational biology and synthetic biology, agent based modeling and simulation, mentoring, diversity in science and engineering 

Preferred Information

Associate Professor, eecs.ceas.uc.edu/~purdycc

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Philip A. Wilsey link

Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

836 Rhodes Hall

513-556-4779

I am working in High Performance Computing, Data Science, Parallel and Distributed Simulation, Embedded Systems, and Point-of-Care medical devices.  I have been working with Random and Approximate Methods to improve the performance of Topological Data Aalysis (TDA), specifically persistent homology.  These studies have focused on partitioning and parallelism to decompose the problem into a collection of subparts that can be processed in parallel.  Because the TDA algorithms have exponentional complexity in both time and space, decomposing and partitioning the data into regional subspaces has dramatic impact on the overall performance.  In Big Data Clustering, I have been working to combine random projection hashing with locality sensitive hashing to implement high-performance, distributed privacy preserving data mining.  The projection and hashing approach permits us to perform clustering on distributed data sets by exchanging only hash keys between the distributed nodes.  The hash keys are produced by destructive transforms so that the original data in the distributed network remains fully protected.  We are promoting these techniques to enable clustering and nearest neighbor search across HIPAA protected medical databases.  In addition, I have been working extensively for many years to advance the field of Parallel and Distributed Simulation (PDES) using the Time Warp mechanism.  Most recently we have been studying the design of solutions for the pending event set problem for high performance simulation on multi-core and many-core platforms.  I have initiated studies to extract profile data from discrete event simulation models to obtain quantitative data that I plan to use to focus my algorithm development for parallel simulation.  Finally, I am working with the local BioSensors group and College of Medicine to develop point-of-care medical devices to assist patient diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring.
Education

Ph.D, University of Louisiana Lafayette, 1987 (Computer Science)

M.S., University of Louisiana Lafayette, 1985 (Computer Science)

B.S., Illinois State University Normal, IL, 1981 (Mathematics)

Research Support

Grant: #DABT6396C0055/P00009 Investigators:Wilsey, Philip 09-16-1996 -01-15-2000 Department of the Army A Verification Environment for High Assurance Network Performance Prediction Role:PI $748,975.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #U54 EB007954 Investigators:Air, Dorothy; Beyette, Fred; Bishop, Paul; Broderick, Joseph; Clark, Joseph; Haridas, Balakrishna; Helmicki, Arthur; Jauch, Edward; Kanter, Daniel; Pancioli, Arthur; Papautsky, Ian; Privitera, Mary Beth; Shutter, Lori; Steckl, Andrew; Todd, Anita; Tomsick, Thomas; Wilsey, Philip 09-30-2007 -06-30-2014 National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Point of Care-Care Center for Emerging Neurotechnologies Role:Collaborator $9,416,342.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #CNS-0915337 Investigators:Wilsey, Philip 09-01-2009 -08-31-2014 National Science Foundation CSR: Small: Collaborative Research: Combining Static Analysis and Dynamic Run-time Optimization for Parallel Discrete Event Simulation in Many-Core Environments Role:PI $166,911.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 007743 Investigators:Purdy, Carla; Wilsey, Philip 10-01-2011 -09-30-2014 L-3 Fuzing & Ordnance Systems Studies to Minimize Failures in Embedded Systems Software Role:PI $313,172.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #SRS 007902 Investigators:Wilsey, Philip 02-01-2012 -05-31-2013 HeathCo LLC College Themed Door Chime Role:PI $50,500.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #226-6273-NDL \ FA8650-12-C-6273 Investigators:Beyette, Fred; Choi, Seokheun; Heikenfeld, Jason; Papautsky, Ian; Wilsey, Philip 06-01-2012 -06-10-2013 Air Force Research Laboratory Arrayed Volatile Organic Sensors: System-Level Proof of Concept Role:Collaborator $51,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #ACI-1440420 Investigators:Wilsey, Philip 09-01-2014 -08-31-2019 National Science Foundation Scalable Big Data Clustering by Random Projection Hashing Role:PI $498,127.00

Grant: #R21ES024717 Investigators:Bhattacharya, Amit; Haynes, Erin; Heineman, William; Papautsky, Ian; Wilsey, Philip; Xie, Changchun 03-01-2015 -02-28-2017 National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Validation and Demonstration of Point-of-Care Sensor for Multi-Metal Exposure Assessment Role:Collaborator $197,708.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #S-000749 / FA9550-15-1-0384 Investigators:Wilsey, Philip 09-01-2015 -08-31-2019 Air Force Research Laboratory Parallel Discrete Event Simulation on Emerging High-Performance Multicore Clusters Role:PI $97,889.00

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Beyette, Fred R; Booher, Blaine; Drennan, James; Carraher, Lee; Butler, Josh; Bowman, Peggy S; Clark, Joseph F; Wilsey, Philip A (2011. )Device for quantification of bilirubin in cerebral spinal fluid.IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering, ,58 (3 ),773-6

Pettigrew, David B; Morgan, Chad J; Anderson, R Brian; Wilsey, Philip A; Kuntz, Charles (2010. )Virtual preoperative measurement and surgical manipulation of sagittal spinal alignment using a novel research and educational software program.Neurosurgical focus, ,28 (3 ),E2

Beyette, Fred R; Booher, Blaine; Drennan, James; Carraher, Lee; Butler, Josh; Bowman, Peggy; Clark, Joseph F; Wilsey, Philip A (2010. )Development of a point-of-care device for the quantification of bilirubin in cerebral spinal fluid.Conference proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Conference, ,2010 ,915-8

Positions and Work Experience

1987 - Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

Research and Practice Interests

High Performance Computing, Big Data Analysis, Topological Data Analysis, Parallel and Distributed Simulation, application specific O/S services, computer systems, small-form-factor computing, embedded systems, point-of-care medical devices.

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=L3lqaIsAAAAJ&hl=en,

Preferred Information

Wilsey, Philip https://eecs.ceas.uc.edu/~paw/

Contact Information

Academic - Dept of EECS
836 Rhodes Hall
Ohio, 45221-0030
Phone: +1 513 556-4779
Fax: +1 513 556-7326
philip.wilsey@uc.edu

Affiliates

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Bilal Gonen link

Asst Professor, CECH - School of Information Technology

250E Teachers College

513-556-6173

Preferred Information

Gonen, Bilal http://www.bilalgonen.com

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Richard J Harknett link

Department Head, A&S Political Science

1101 Crosley Tower

513-556-3314

Dr. Harknett is Professor of Political Science and Head of the Department. He holds an afffilate faculty position with the Department of Information Technology at UC and a professorial lectureship at the Diplomatic Academy Vienna, Austria, where he served as Fulbright Professor in 2001. In 2017, he served as inaugural Fulbright Professor in cyber studies at Oxford University, UK and in 2016 as the first Scholar-in-Residence at United States Cyber Command and NSA. His publications and research interests focus on international relations theory and international security studies with his most recent work focused on cybersecurity. His government service has also included the State of Ohio's Cybersecurity, Education and Economic Development Council through appointment by the Governor of Ohio.
Education

PhD, Political Science, The Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD, 1991

BA, Political Science, cum laude, Villanova University Villanova, PA, 1985

MA, The Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD, 1989 (political science/international relations)

Research Support

Grant: #NCE Investigators:Harknett, Richard 06-01-2003 -05-31-2005 Department of State Video Conference Seminar in American Politics Role:PI $12,022.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #IPA Agreement Investigators:Harknett, Richard 05-16-2016 -12-18-2016 National Security Agency Intergovernmental Personnel Assignment Role:PI $158,437.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #2017 Dissertation Grant Investigators:Harknett, Richard; Kovac, Igor 04-01-2017 -03-31-2018 Koch Foundation, Inc Hegemonic Endurance Theory (Igor Kovac) Role:PI $5,000.00 Awarded Level:Private Non-Profit

Investigators:Harknett, Richard Pi with Cyber Coordinating Committee 11-2017 -06-2019 Ohio Dept of Higher Education and Adjunt General of Ohio Ohio Cyber Range at UC: Phase 2 Demonstration Site Role:PI 1,900,000 Active Type:Grant

Investigators:Harknett, Richard PI with Vali Tadayon 11-2017 -09-2018 National Security Agency National Cyber Curriculum Platform Role:PI 90,000 Active Type:Grant

Grant: #DSU-170406-840219-01/H98230-17-1-0406 Investigators:Harknett, Richard; Tadayon, Valiyolah 09-14-2017 -09-13-2018 National Security Agency Subaward from Dakota State for NSA Cybersecurity Core Curriculum development project Role:PI $90,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #ODHE Cyber Range 07-01-2017 -06-30-2019 Ohio Department of Higher Education Ohio Cyber Range Role:PI $1,900,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #ODHE Cyber Range 07-01-2017 -06-30-2019 Ohio Department of Higher Education Ohio Cyber Range Role:PI $1,900,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #18-19 Dissertation Fellowship Investigators:Harknett, Richard 08-27-2018 -05-02-2019 Koch Foundation, Inc Igor Kovac Student Koch Foundation Dissertation Fellowship (Richard Harknett is advisor) Role:PI $38,000.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #H98230-18-1-0336 Investigators:Harknett, Richard; Mewhirter, Jack 08-24-2018 -08-23-2019 National Security Agency NSA CAE-CO 2018- w/ CEDARVILLE SOCHE SUB Role:PI $156,660.00 Active Level:Federal

Abbreviated Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Recent Publications
* "The Logic of Cyber Persistence: correspondence with Joseph Nye," International Security (Fall 2017).
* "Deterrence is not a Credible Strategy for Cyberspace," Orbis 63 1 (Summer 2017) 381-393 (with M. Fischerkeller).
* "The Search for Cyber Fundamentals," Journal of Information Security 15 (2) (Spring 2016): 81-88 (with E. Goldman)
* “The Struggle for Autonomy: A Realist Structural Theory of International Relations” International Studies Review Volume 14 (2012): 499-521 (co-author with Hasan Yalcin).
* “The Struggle to Reform Intelligence After 9/11.” Public Administration Review, (September/October 2011): 702-708 (co-author with James A. Stever).
* “The New Policy World of Cyberspace,” Public Administration Review, (May/June 2011): 455-460, (co-author with James A. Stever
*  “Leaving Deterrence Behind: Warfighting and National Cybersecurity,” Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Vol. 7, Art, 1 (Spring 2010):1-24.
* "The Cybersecurity Triad: Government, Private Sector Partners, and the Engaged Cybersecurity Citizen," Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management," (Winter 2009)

Presentations
Invited Presentations

Richard Harknett (2017. )Dr. Harknett has provided over 90 invited presentations in seven countries and across the United States. Additionally, he regularly provides interviews to print, radio, and television media in the area of international relations and briefings to governments. Level:International

Event Organized
Creativity in the University: the 2010 Faculty Assembly

Creativity in the University: the 2010 Faculty Assembly Workshop 09-19-2011 09-19-2011 University of Cincinnati Level:University

Governance 101

Governance 101 Workshop 09-20-2010 University of Cincinnati Level:University

The All-University Faculty Meeting and UC2019 Workshop

The All-University Faculty Meeting and UC2019 Workshop Workshop 10-27-2010 University of Cincinnati Level:University

LoE Student-Athlete Faculty Impact Award Ceremony

LoE Student-Athlete Faculty Impact Award Ceremony Other 02-27-2010 Fifth Third Arena -UC vs UCONN Men's Basketball game halfttime ceremony Level:Local

Honors and Awards

Edith C. Alexander Award for Distinguised Teaching, McMicken College, University of Cincinnati

Dean's Award for Distinguished Service Professor, McMicken College, University of Cincinnati

William J. Fulbright Professor of International Relations, Diplomatic Academy, Vienna, Austria

05-2010 Ohio Board of Regents Faculty Innovator Award 1 of 10 Faculty selected across the entire State of Ohio University System recongized for innovative use of technology in the classroom. Ohio Board of Regents, Chancellor's Office Status:Recipient Level:State Type:Monetary

05-25-2010 128th General Assembly of the State of Ohio Senate Resolution No. 248 Official State Resolution presented on the floor of the Ohio Senate in recognition of Ohio Faculty Innovator Award State of Ohio Senate Status:Recipient Level:State Type:Recognition

2014 -2014 Faculty Award for Exemplary Contributions to University Service

Service

(Chair-elect of University Faculty )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2009 -08-31-2010

(Chair-Elect of the University Faculty )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2009 -08-31-2010

(Faculty Senate Cabinet )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2009 -08-31-2010

(Faculty Senate Cabinet )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2009 -08-31-2010

(Faculty Senate Cabinet )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

(Faculty Senate Cabinet )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Chair of the University Faculty Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Chair of the University Faculty Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

University Faculty Senate Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

University Faculty Senate Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Academic Affairs )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Academic Affairs )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Budget and Priorities )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Budget and Priorities )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Governance and By-Laws )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Governance and By-Laws )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Human Relations )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Human Relations )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Information Technology )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Infortmation Technology )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Planning )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Planning )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Research and Scholarship )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Research and Scholarship )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Committee on Committees )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Faculty Senate Standing Committee (Comittee on Committees )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

University of Cincinnati (Fiscal Coordinating Committee )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

University of Cincinnati (Fiscal Coordinating Committee )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

University of Cincinnati (Capital Advisory Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

University of Cincinnati (Capital Advisory Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

University of Cincinnati (Integrated Core Learning )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

University of Cincinnati (Integrated Core Learning )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

University of Cincinnati (Strategic Enrollment Management )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

University of Cincinnati (Strategic Enrollment Managament )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

University of Cincinnati (Board of Trustees )Representative Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

University of Cincinnati (Board of Trustees )Representative Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Office of the President- UC (President's Cabinet )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Office of the President - UC (President's Cabinet )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Ohio Faculty Council (Ohio Faculty Council )Representative Type:University/College Service Level:State 09-01-2010

Ohio Faculty Council (Ohio Faculty Council )Representative Type:University/College Service Level:State 09-01-2010

Department of Athletics --UC (Athletics Advisory Council )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Department of Athletics -UC (Athletics Advisory Council )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

UC Board of Trustees (Student Trustee Selection Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010 -03-15-2011

UC Board of Trustees (Student Trustee Selection Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010 -03-15-2011

Faculty Senate Adhoc Committee (Deregulation, Autonomy, and Institutional Restructuring )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 03-01-2011

Office of the Provost --UC (Academic Master Plan Faculty Workgroup )Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University 10-01-2010

Office of the Provost --UC (Academic Master Plan Faculty Workgroup )Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University 10-01-2010

Office of the Provost --UC (Academic Master Plan Coordinating Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 11-01-2010

Office of the Provost --UC (Academic Master Plan Coordinating Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 11-01-2010

Office of the Provost --UC (UC2019 and AMP Steering Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 01-01-2011

Chair of the University Faculty (Life of the Mind Steering Committee )Co-Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University 10-01-2010

Chair of the University Faculty (Life of the Mind Steering Committee )Co-Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University 10-01-2010

UC Foundation (Staff/Faculty Campaign Steering Committee )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

UC Foundation (Staff/Faculty Campaign Steering Committee )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010

Office of the President -UC (Presidential Inauguration and New Student Convocation Planning Committee )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 06-2010 -09-19-2010

Office of the President --UC (Presidential Inauguration and New Student Convocation Planning Committee )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 06-2010 -09-19-2010

Chair-elect of the University Faculty (Faculty Assembly Planning Committee )Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University 04-2010 -09-19-2010

Chair-elect of the University Faculty (Faculty Assembly Planning Committee )Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University 03-2010 -09-19-2010

McMicken College of Arts & Sciences (College RPT )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 10-01-2010

McMicken College of Arts & Sciences (College RPT )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 10-01-2010

Dept. of Political Science (Graduate )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-01-2010

Dept. of Political Science (Graduate )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-01-2010

Dept. of Political Science (RPT and Workload and Merit )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-01-2010

Dept. of Political Science (RPT and Workload and Merit )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-01-2010

Federal News Radio -- live radio interview on cybersecurity Other Type:Public Level:National 07-21-2011 -07-21-2011

WVXU Radio, Taped Radio Interview, Cybersecurity and Iran Other Type:Public Level:Regional 07-10-2011 -07-10-2011

Chair of the University Faculty (Faculty Senate Cabinet )Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2010 -06-30-2012

Chair, University Faculty (Senate Standing Committees (Budget, Governance, Human Relations, IT, Planning,Research, CoC, )Committee Member

Chair, University Faculty (Senate Standing Committees (Budget, Governance, Human Relations, IT, Planning,Research, CoC, )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

Chair, University Faculty (Faculty Senate )Type:University/College Service Level:University

Chair of the University Faculty (University Board of Trustees )Other Type:University/College Service Level:University

Chair of the University Faculty (Fiscal Coordinating Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

Chair of the University Faculty (Capital Advisory Committee )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

UC Bicentennial Commission (Steering Committee )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

Uc Bicentennial Commission (Vision for Education Faculty Commission )Co-Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University

Chair of the University Faculty (Strategic Enrollment Management )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

Provost Office (Undergraduate Academic Affairs )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

Innovation Council Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

Life of the Mind Series (Steering Committee )Co-Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University

Office of UC President (President's Cabinet )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

UC Foundation Strategic Review (Fund-raising )Co-Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University

Dept. of Athletics (Athletics Advisory Committee (plus 2 sub committees) )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

Chair of the University Faculty (DAIR )Co-Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University 04-01-2011 -09-30-2011

Provost Office (Academic Master Plan Steering Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

Provost Office (Academic Master Plan Coordinating Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

Provost Office (Academic Master Plan, Faculty Workgroup )Co-Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University

Senior VP for Admin (Search Committee for VP Chief Information Officer )Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University 11-01-2011 -06-30-2011

UC Foundation (Faculty/Staff Campaign Steering Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

Ohio Faculty Council (OFC )Member Type:University/College Service Level:State

Government Relations (Gov Relations and Communications Planning )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

Office of the President (Integrated Decisionmaking Taskforce )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University

McMicken College of AS (College RPT )Member Type:University/College Service Level:College

Political Science (Workload/Merit/RPT )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department

Dissertation Committee (Rudi Kauffman, “The Outcomes of Just War,” (March 2012) )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department

Dissertation Committee (Tiest Sondaal, “Institutional Change in an Age of Internationalization: Globalization and the Soccer Club” (November 2011) )Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department

Dissertation Committee (Hasan Yalcin, “International Politics as a Struggle for Autonomy,” (August 2011) )Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department

Master Thesis Committee (Tuba Muftuoglu, “Turkey’s Deferred Membership Status,” (Spring 2011), )Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department

Political Science (Search Committee for IR asst. professor )Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department

Positions and Work Experience

2016 -2016 Scholar in Residence, US Cyber Command and NSA, Ft. Meade, MD

2002 -2002 Visiting Professor of International Relations, William Fulbright-Diplomatische Akademie,

2003 -2008 Faculty Chair, Charles Phelps Taft Research Center, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

2010 -2012 Chair of the University of Cincinnati Faculty, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

2017 -2017 Fulbright Professor in Cyber Studies, Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom

2012 -To Present Head, Dept. of Political Science, University of Cincinnati,

Keywords

International Relations Theory, International Security Studies, US National Security.

Research and Practice Interests

Research interests focus on international relations theory and international security studies. Current projects include cybersecurity and structural realist theory.

Courses Taught

Faculty Development Activities

08-16-2010 -08-21-2010 Faculty Summer Institute on Instructional Technology Competitively-selected for intense week-long workshop with honoraria, UC Faculty Development Council UC Type:Other

Preferred Information

Department Head,

Headshot of Chengcheng Li

Chengcheng Li link

Assoc Professor, CECH - School of Information Technology

238C Teachers College

513-556-5920

Research Support

Grant: #14-0905 Investigators:Li, Chengcheng 10-01-2013 -10-31-2014 Texas A&M University Promoting Entrepreneurship Integrated Stem & Learning Environment Through Real World Projects, Training Workshops, & Online Platform Role:PI $17,000.00 Awarded Level:Institution of Higher Education

Grant: #Work Force Development Equipment & Facility Grant Investigators:Li, Chengcheng; Said, Hazem; Scott, James 04-01-2014 -06-30-2015 Ohio Board of Regents "Cincinnati-Dayton Area IT Workforce Development through Institutional Collaboration and Industry Partnership" Role:PI $121,981.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #DRL-1433769 Investigators:Li, Chengcheng; Meyer, Helen; Said, Hazem 09-01-2014 -08-31-2017 National Science Foundation Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (iTEST) Role:PI $1,200,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #H98230-17-1-0345 Investigators:Franco, John; Li, Chengcheng 07-01-2017 -06-30-2018 National Security Agency Train and Certify Qualified Instructors to Teach CAE's Cybersecurity Curricula Role:PI $497,782.06 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #ODHE Cyber Range Investigators:Baker, Vicki; Cahay, Marc; Franco, John; Gerst, Jason; Harknett, Richard; Li, Chengcheng; Said, Hazem; Verkamp, Brian 07-01-2017 -06-30-2019 Ohio Department of Higher Education Ohio Cyber Range Role:Collaborator $1,900,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #ODHE RAPIDS 2018 Investigators:Atluri, Gowtham; Franco, John; Li, Chengcheng 07-01-2017 -06-30-2018 Ohio Department of Higher Education RAPIDS Equipment Request Role:Collaborator $253,395.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #H98230-18-1-0167 Investigators:Li, Chengcheng 04-06-2018 -04-05-2019 National Security Agency Cyber Talent Exposure Camp (CTEP) for High School Teachers and Students at University of Cincinnati Role:PI $100,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Headshot of Joseph L Nedelec

Joseph L Nedelec link

Assistant Professor, CECH Criminal Justice

660E Teachers College

513-556-5561

Professor Nedelec received his undergraduate degrees (criminology and psychology) and his Master’s degree (criminology) from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia.  His doctoral degree (criminology) was received from Florida State University.  Dr. Nedelec’s primary research interests lie within biosocial criminology, with specific focus on evolutionary psychology, life-history theory, digit ratio, and behavioral genetics.  He has published articles on biosocial criminology and other topics in a variety of journals including Child Psychiatry and Human Development, Criminology, Evolution and Human Behavior, Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, Intelligence, Journal of Criminal Justice, Personality and Individual Differences, PLOS One, and others.  He has also incorporated topics related to cybercrime and cyber-security into his research agenda and has a secondary appointment with the School of Information Technology at UC.  Dr. Nedelec teaches in the areas of life-course/developmental criminology, cybercrime, research methods, statistics, and terrorism and homeland security.  He is also co-founder and current Vice President of the Biosocial Criminology Association (www.biosocialcrim.org).
Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Rowland, Meghan W; Schwartz, Joseph A; Nedelec, Joseph L; Beaver, Kevin M (2013. )Social bias and the development of self-control: results from a longitudinal study of children and adolescents.International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology, ,57 (5 ),557-77

Beaver, Kevin M; Nedelec, Joseph L; Rowland, Meghan W; Schwartz, Joseph A (2012. )Genetic risks and ADHD symptomatology: exploring the effects of parental antisocial behaviors in an adoption-based study.Child psychiatry and human development, ,43 (2 ),293-305

Connolly, Eric J; Schwartz, Joseph A; Nedelec, Joseph L; Beaver, Kevin M; Barnes, J C (2015. )Different Slopes for Different Folks: Genetic Influences on Growth in Delinquent Peer Association and Delinquency During Adolescence.Journal of youth and adolescence, ,44 (7 ),1413-27

Nedelec J. (03-01-2017. )A multi-level analysis of the effect of interviewer characteristics on survey respondents' reports o.Personality and Individual Differences, ,107 ,96-101

Chen C.; Chen W.; Dai C.; Nedelec J.; Richardson G.; Swoboda C. (01-01-2017. )Substance use and mating success.Evolution and Human Behavior, ,38 (1 ),48-57

Nedelec J.; Park I.; Silver I. (12-01-2016. )The effect of the maturity gap on delinquency and drug use over the life course: A genetically sensi.Journal of Criminal Justice, ,47 ,84-99

Barnes J.; Beaver K.; Boutwell B.; Connolly E.; Nedelec J.; Schwartz J. (10-01-2016. )Sexual Orientation and Involvement in Nonviolent and Violent Delinquent Behaviors: Findings From the.Archives of Sexual Behavior, ,45 (7 ),1759-1769

Barnes J.; Beaver K.; Boccio C.; Boutwell B.; Nedelec J. (08-01-2016. )The association between intelligence and personal victimization in adolescence and adulthood.Personality and Individual Differences, ,98 ,355-360

Nedelec J. (07-30-2016. )Individual differences and co-occurring victimization online and offline: The role of impulsivity.Personality and Individual Differences, ,

Anderson N.; Barnes J.; Beaver K.; Boutwell B.; Connolly E.; El Sayed S.; Nedelec J.; Schwartz J.; TenEyck M.; Wright J. (05-31-2016. )Estimating Relative Stability in Developmental Research: A Critique of Modern Approaches and a Novel.Journal of Quantitative Criminology, ,1-28

Chen C.; Chen W.; Dai C.; Nedelec J.; Richardson G.; Swoboda C. (04-01-2016. )Adolescent life history strategy in the intergenerational transmission and developmental stability o.Journal of Drug Issues, ,46 (2 ),102-121

Barnes J.; Beaver K.; Boutwell B.; Connolly E.; Nedelec J.; Schwartz J.; Wright J. (02-01-2016. )Genetic and environmental influences on being expelled and suspended from school.Personality and Individual Differences, ,90 ,214-218

Beaver K.; Connolly E.; Nedelec J.; Schwartz J.; Vaughn M. (12-01-2015. )Proposing a Pedigree Risk Measurement Strategy: Capturing the Intergenerational Transmission of Anti.Twin Research and Human Genetics, ,18 (6 ),772-784

Barnes J.; Beaver K.; Boutwell B.; Gibson C.; Haynes R.; Nedelec J. (11-01-2015. )A unified crime theory: The evolutionary taxonomy.Aggression and Violent Behavior, ,25 ,343-353

Beaver K.; da Silva Costa C.; Nedelec J.; Vidal M. (01-01-2015. )The future of biosocial criminology.Criminal Justice Studies, ,28 (1 ),6-17

Barnes J.; Beaver K.; Boutwell B.; Connolly E.; Nedelec J.; Schwartz J.; Wright J. (01-01-2015. )Mathematical proof is not minutiae and irreducible complexity is not a theory: A final response to b.Criminology, ,53 (1 ),113-120

Beaver K.; Nedelec J. (01-01-2014. )A biosocial explanation for male-female differences in criminal involvement.The Nurture Versus Biosocial Debate in Criminology: On the Origins of Criminal Behavior and Criminality, ,25-42

Beaver K.; Nedelec J. (01-01-2014. )Physical attractiveness as a phenotypic marker of health: An assessment using a nationally represent.Evolution and Human Behavior, ,35 (6 ),456-463

Beaver K.; Nedelec J. (01-01-2014. )The Relationship between Self-Control in Adolescence and Social Consequences in Adulthood: Assessing.Journal of Criminal Justice, ,42 (3 ),288-298

Barnes J.; Beaver K.; Boutwell B.; Connolly E.; Nedelec J.; Schwartz J.; Wright J. (01-01-2014. )Demonstrating the validity of twin research in criminology.Criminology, ,52 (4 ),588-626

Beaver K.; Boccio C.; da Silva Costa C.; Freddi M.; Gajos J.; Nedelec J.; Poersch A.; Stelmach M. (01-01-2014. )The association between psychopathic personality traits and health-related outcomes.Journal of Criminal Justice, ,42 (5 ),399-407

Barnes J.; Beaver K.; Boutwell B.; Connolly E.; Nedelec J.; Schwartz J. (09-01-2013. )Intelligence is associated with criminal justice processing: Arrest through incarceration.Intelligence, ,41 (5 ),277-288

Al-Ghamdi M.; Beaver K.; Connolly E.; Kobeisy A.; Nedelec J.; Schwartz J. (09-01-2013. )The genetic and environmental architecture to the stability of IQ: Results from two independent samp.Intelligence, ,41 (5 ),428-438

Beaver K.; Nedelec J. (07-31-2012. )The Association Between Sexual Behavior and Antisocial Behavior: Insights From an Evolutionary Infor.Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, ,28 (3 ),329-345

Beaver K.; Nedelec J. (12-01-2011. )Beauty is in the sex of the beholder: An examination of the effects of interviewer characteristics o.Personality and Individual Differences, ,51 (8 ),930-934

Beaver K.; Nedelec J.; Rowland M.; Schwartz J. (09-01-2011. )The genetic origins of psychopathic personality traits in adult males and females: Results from an a.Journal of Criminal Justice, ,39 (5 ),426-432

Beaver K.; Jackson D.; Lippoff C.; Nedelec J.; Wilde M. (06-01-2011. )Examining the association between MAOA genotype and incarceration, anger and hostility: The moderati.Journal of Research in Personality, ,45 (3 ),279-284

Preferred Information

Assistant Professor, http://joenedelec.wix.com/joenedelec

Headshot of Hazem Said

Hazem Said link

Professor, CECH - School of Information Technology

250C Teachers College

513-556-4874

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2001 (Aerospace Engineering)

Masters of Science, Cairo University Cairo, Egypt, 1996 (Mechanical Engineering)

Bachelor of Science, Cairo University Cairo, Egypt, 1992 (Mechanical Engineering (graduated with Distinction and Honor))

Research Support

Investigators:Hazem Said 04-01-2005 -03-31-2006 Faculty Development Council Faculty Development in Information Security $4400 Completed

Investigators:Hazem Said, Gail Smith, et al 01-31-2010 "Community College Consortia to Educate IT Professionals in Healthcare”, Proposal submitted to the Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology,

Investigators:Gail Smith, Hazem Said 01-30-2010 “Curriculum Development Center and National Dissemination Center for Health IT”, Proposal submitted to the Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology,

Investigators:Gail Smith, Hazem Said, et al 01-30-2010 “Program of Assistance for University-Based Training for Health IT”, Proposal submitted to the Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology,

Investigators:Hazem Said et al 01-01-2004 -07-01-2004 Instructional Technology And Instructional Equipment Competitive Proposal Equipments for New Instructional Labs for the IT program on the CAS campus to accommodate changes due to Collegiate Structure Initiative 43,520 Completed

Investigators:Hazem Said et al 10-01-2003 the Success Challenge Campus Plan Programming Learning Center – Renewal

Investigators:Hazem Said 10-01-2003 “Online Learning Center“, Proposal submitted to the Success Challenge Campus Plan,

Investigators:Hazem Said, Mark Stockman and Soleda Leung 10-01-2003 -08-31-2004 “Students’ Transition as a Result of Collegiate Structures Initiative”, Proposal submitted to the Success Challenge Campus Plan $19,143 Completed

Investigators:Hazem Said 04-01-2003 “Faculty Development for the IT faculty members in the MPCT department “, Proposal submitted to the Faculty Development Council

Investigators:Hazem Said 04-01-2003 “Observing Problem-Based Learning in Action”, Proposal submitted to the Faculty Development Council

Investigators:Hazem Said 04-01-2003 -03-31-2004 “Faculty Development in Web Applications and Community Development“, Proposal submitted to the Faculty Development Council Role:$3335 Completed

Investigators:Hazem Said 10-01-2002 -09-30-2003 Programming Learning Center”, Proposal submitted to the Success Challenge Campus Plan $27,000 Completed

Investigators:Hazem Said 08-01-2002 -07-31-2003 “Summer Academy of Information Technology”, Proposal Renewal submitted to the UC Institute for Community partnerships $14,500 Completed

Investigators:Hazem Said and Gina Breyfogle 06-01-2002 “Building the IT infrastructure for Cincinnati Union Bethel”, Proposal submitted to SBC Foundation

Investigators:Tom Wulf and Hazem Said 06-01-2002 “ Proper Use of Web-Based Streaming Multimedia in Undergraduate Course Curricula”, Proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation NSF-EMD-CCLI

Investigators:Hazem Said 06-01-2002 “Developing Course Material for Computer Programming using Problem-Based Learning”, A proposal submitted for National Science Foundation NSF-EMD-CCLI

Investigators:Hazem Said 04-01-2002 -03-31-2003 “Faculty Development in Enterprise Software Development”, Proposal submitted to the Faculty Development Council $6420 Completed

Investigators:Hazem ElZarka and Hazem Said 10-01-2001 “Using Information Technology to Improve Visualization Skills in Applied Science and Engineering Education”

Investigators:Hazem Said 08-01-2001 “How to Make Distance Learning A Success? Review and Analysis of Existing Programs and Literature”, Proposal submitted to the Research Center for Educational Technology’s $400,000 Distance Learning Grants Competition

Investigators:Hazem Said 08-01-2001 -07-31-2002 “Summer Academy of Information Technology”, Proposal submitted to the UC Institute for Community partnerships $9,000 Completed

Investigators:Hazem Said 05-01-2001 -04-30-2002 “Problem Based Learning in Information Technology”, Proposal submitted to the UC Problem-Based Learning Committee $1000 Completed

Investigators:Hazem Said 04-01-2001 “Center for Information Technology and Community Development (CITCD)”, Proposal submitted to the Ohio Department of Development

Grant: #Work Force Development Equipment & Facility Grant Investigators:Li, Chengcheng; Said, Hazem; Scott, James 04-01-2014 -06-30-2015 Ohio Board of Regents "Cincinnati-Dayton Area IT Workforce Development through Institutional Collaboration and Industry Partnership" Role:Collaborator $121,981.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #DRL-1433769 Investigators:Li, Chengcheng; Meyer, Helen; Said, Hazem 09-01-2014 -08-31-2017 National Science Foundation Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (iTEST) Role:Collaborator $1,200,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #ODHE Cyber Range Investigators:Baker, Vicki; Cahay, Marc; Franco, John; Gerst, Jason; Harknett, Richard; Li, Chengcheng; Said, Hazem; Verkamp, Brian 07-01-2017 -06-30-2019 Ohio Department of Higher Education Ohio Cyber Range Role:Collaborator $1,900,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #OADPP-0015 UC_Ordering Agreement Investigators:Said, Hazem 07-01-2018 -12-31-2018 Ohio Department of Higher Education Dayton Development Coalition Ordering Agmt and First Task Role:PI $164,469.01 Active Level:State of Ohio

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Mark Stockman, Soleda Leung, John Nyland, Hazem Said (2006. )The Information Technology Minor: Filling a Need in the Workforce of Today .Proceedings of the 7th Conference on Information Technology Education, Minneapolis, MN, October 19-21, 2006, ,

Soleda Leung, Hazem Said and Mark Stockman (2004. )Enroute to making an IT Baccalaureate Program .Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Information Technology Education, Salt Lake City, UT, October 28-30, 2004, ,

Hazem Said et al (2004. )An Implementation of a Software Development Track in an Information Technology Degree Program .Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Information Technology Education, Salt Lake City, UT, October 28-30, 2004, ,

Mark Stockman, Hazem Said et al (2004. )An Implementation of a Networking Track in an Information Technology Degree Program .Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Information Technology Education, Salt Lake City, UT, October 28-30, 2004, ,

Mark Stockman, Hazem Said, et al An Implementation of Secondary Tracks in an Information Technology Degree Program .Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Information Technology Education, Salt Lake City, UT, October 28-30, 2004, ,

Hazem Said et al (2004. )An Implementation of a Core Curriculum in an Information Technology Degree Program .Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Information Technology Education, Salt Lake City, UT, October 28-30, 2004, ,

Hazem Said and Fazal Khan (2004. )Towards Using Problem-Based Learning in Teaching Computer Programming – Step 1: Developing Synchronized Multimedia Lectures Using Video and PowerPoint .Proceedings of the 2004 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2004, ,

Hazem Said, Mark Stockman and Tom Wulf (2004. )Summer Outreach Program for High School Students: Results of the Second Year Implementation .Proceedings of the 2004 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2004, ,

Hazem Said (2004. )The Effect of Programming Learning Center on Students in First Year Computer Programming Sequence .Proceedings of the 2004 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2004, ,

Hazem Said (2004. )Online Learning Center: A Way of Collaboration among International Programs .Proceedings of the 2004 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2004, ,

Hazem Said (2004. )Improving Students Retention by Engaging Them in Real Life Experiences .Proceedings of the 2004 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2004, ,

Hazem Said and Tom Wulf (2003. )Pathway to Higher Education: Bridging the Digital Divide .Proceedings of the 2003 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Nashville, TN, June 2003. , ,

Hazem Said (2002. )Information Technology Education and Community Development: A Partnership .Proceedings of the 2002 Conference for Information Technology Curriculum, Rochester-New York, September 2002, ,

Hazem Said, Tom Wulf, Shannon McClintock and Mark Stockman (2002. )Developing Curriculum for the Summer Academy of Information Technology .Proceedings of the 2002 Conference for Information Technology Curriculum, Rochester-New York, September 2002, ,

Hazem Said and Russ McMahon (2002. )A New Paradigm of Information Technology Education .Proceedings of the VII International Conference on Engineering and Technology Education, Santos-Brazil, March 2002, ,

Mikols Sajben and Hazem Said (2001. )Analysis of Acoustic-Wave/Blade Row Interactions to Establish Outflow Boundary Conditions for Unsteady Flows .AIAA Journal of Propulsion and Power, July 2001, ,

Additional Publications
Presentations
Invited Presentations

Hazem Said (05-2002. )- “Center for Information Technology and Community Development: How it Helps Community Organizations” .Technology Team, Cincinnati Union Bethel, Level:Local

Hazem Said (04-2002. )- “Center for Information Technology and Community Development: An Overview” .Technology Department, Northern Kentucky University, Level:Regional

Symposium

Hazem Said, Mark Stockman (04-03-2009. )Assessment process for the Information Technology program at the University of Cincinnati .Indianapolis, IN. Professional Meeting. Level:International

Shaaban Abdallah and Hazem Said (07-1999. )Exact Decomposition of the Incompressible Navier Stokes Equations .Dayton, OH. Professional Meeting.

Event Organized
“The JAVA Programming Language” A five days workshop to High School Technology Teachers organized by the Greater Cincinnati Tech Prep Consortium

“The JAVA Programming Language” A five days workshop to High School Technology Teachers organized by the Greater Cincinnati Tech Prep Consortium Workshop Level:Local

“Introduction to the JAVA Programming Language” A half-day workshop to High School Technology Teachers organized by the Greater Cincinnati Tech Prep Consortium

“Introduction to the JAVA Programming Language” A half-day workshop to High School Technology Teachers organized by the Greater Cincinnati Tech Prep Consortium Workshop Level:Local

Honors and Awards

05-2002 Teaching Excellence Award College of Applied Science Student Tribunal Status:Recipient Level:College Type:Recognition

05-2004 Distinguished Faculty Award College of Applied Science Tau Alpha Pi Status:Recipient Level:College

2004 Special Person to Students Class of 2004 Status:Recipient Level:Department Type:Recognition

01-2005 Nominated to Faculty Service Award University of Cincinnati Status:Nomination Level:University Type:Recognition

2006 Honor Roll of Volunteers University of Cincinnati Status:Recipient Level:University Type:Recognition

2007 Honor Roll of Volunteers University of Cincinnati Status:Recipient Level:University Type:Recognition

01-2008 Best Diverger Award Basadur Applied Creativity Advanced Managerial Skills and Train-The-Trainer program Status:Recipient Type:Recognition

2006 Who's Who among America's Teachers 11th Edition - Volume I Status:Recipient

2007 Special Person to Students Class of 2007 Status:Recipient Level:Department

2008 Special person to students Status:Recipient Level:Department

04-2011 Marian Spencer Diversity Ambassador Award University of Cincinnati Diversity Council Status:Recipient Level:University Type:Recognition

2011 -2012 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services Status:Recipient Level:College Type:Recognition

Positions and Work Experience

2006 -2010 Department Head, Department of Information Technology, College of Applied Science, University of Cincinnati,

2002 -2005 Assistant Department Head, Department of Mathematics and Physics, College of Applied Science, University of Cincinnati,

2010 -2011 Associate Professor, School of Computing Sciences and Informatics, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, University of Cincinnati,

2005 -2010 Associate Professor, Department of Information Technology, College of Applied Science, University of Cincinnati,

2001 -2005 Assistant Professor, College of Applied Science, University of Cincinnati,

2000 -2001 Visiting Professor, College of Applied Science, University of Cincinnati,

1999 -2001 Student Lecturer, College of Evening and Continuing Education, University of Cincinnati,

1992 -1996 Teaching Assistant, College of Engineering, Cairo University,

2011 - Associate Professor, Department of Information Technology, College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services,

2012 - Department Head, Department of Information Technology, College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services,

Post Graduate Training and Education

Completed the following professional courses from Sun Education Services: • The Java Programming Language • Object Oriented Analysis and Design • Developing J2EE Compliant Applications • Architecting and Developing J2EE Applications • Web Component Development with Servlets and JavaServer Pages ,

Completed the following professional course from the SANS institute: • Security Essentials ,

Completed the following professional course from the Software Engineering Institute: • Software Product Lines ,

Completed the following training from Basadur Applied Creativity • Using Applied Creativity • Leading and Facilitating Applied Creativity sessions (Facilitator workshop) • Advanced Managerial Skills and Train-The-Trainer ,

Completed the following professional course from the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology: • Program Assessment workshop • Program Evaluator for Information Technology programs ,

Professional Affiliation

2006: Association of Computing Machinery,

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Mark A. Stockman link

Associate Professor, CECH - School of Information Technology

238H Teachers College

513-556-4227

Mark Stockman is an Associate Professor at the University of Cincinnati serving as a faculty member in the School of Information Technology teaching networking, systems, and cybersecurity courses. His research interests include systems administration, server virtualization, cloud computing management, and IT pedagogy. With recent study of traditional criminology and crime prevention, his current research focusses on cybersecurity. Specifically, Mark is investigating the applicability of criminological theories in the digital realm or cybercrime science. Prof. Stockman is the former Chair of the ACM Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education (SIGITE), a community that has defined IT as an academic discipline; and is also now active in a similar effort for the cyber sciences, the Cyber Education Project (CEP). Prior to entering academia, Mark spent several years working as an IT professional and manager.
Education

BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering, Ohio University, Russ College of Engineering and Technology Athens, OH, 1992

MBA, Ohio University, College of Business Athens, OH, 1994 (Management)

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Stockman, M., Nyland, J. (2010. )A Teaching Pedagogy for Networking/System Administration Courses; Freshman through Senior Years.Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education (ACM/SIGITE) Conference '10 Proceedings, ,15

Stockman, M., Leung, S., Nyland, J., Said, H. (2006. )The Information Technology Minor: Filling a Need in the Workforce of Today.Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education (ACM/SIGITE) Conference '06 Proceedings, ,31

Stockman, M., Nyland, J. & Weed, W. (2005. )Centrally Stored and Delivered Virtual Machines in the Networking/System Administration Lab.Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education (ACM/SIGITE) Summer 2005 Newsletter, ,2 (2 ),4

Stockman, M., Said, H., Leung, S., Christopherson, & Nyland, J. (2004. )An Implementation of a Networking Track in an Information Technology Degree Program.CITC5 '04 Proceedings of the 5th conference on Information Technology Education, ,138

Stockman, M., Wulf, T. (2005. )Using learning objects to enhance the systems administration lab.ACM SIGITE Newsletter, ,2 (1 ),

Stockman, M. (2003. )Creating remotely accessible "virtual networks" on a single PC to teach computer networking and operating systems.CITC4 '03 Proceedings of the 4th conference on Information Technology Curriculum, ,67

Alexander, J., Dick, A., Hacker, J., Hicks, D., & Stockman, M. (2012. )Building a Cloud Based Systems Lab.Association For Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education (ACM/SIGITE) Conference on IT Education '12 Proceedings, ,151

Stockman, M., Heile, R., & Rein, A. (2015. )An Open-Source Honeynet System to Study System Banner Message Effects on Hackers .ACM/SIGITE Research in IT Conference ‘15 Proceedings , ,

Stockman, M. (2014. )Insider Hacking: Applying Situational Crime Prevention to a New White-Collar Crime .Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education (ACM/SIGITE) Research in IT Conference ‘14 Proceedings, ,

Stockman, M. (2013. )Infusing Social Science into Cybersecurity Education .Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education (ACM/SIGITE) Conference on IT Education '13 Proceedings, ,

Book Chapter

Stockman, M. (2011 )Remotely Accessible Systems for the Computing Sciences Disciplines Internet-Based Remote Laboratories: Scalable E-Learning Tools for Engineering and Science Disciplines .Hershey, PA,IGI Global Publishing(Author)

Stockman, M., Nedelec, J., & Mackey, W. (2016 )Organizational Cybervictimization: Data Breach Prevention Using a Victimological Approach Cybercrime Through an Interdisciplinary Lens .London,Routledge

Presentations
Invited Presentations

Hofmann, P., Pate-Cornell, E., Maldonado, T., and Reisman, S., Stockman, M., Spooner, J. (2011. )(In Press. )University Research and New Curriculum Panel .Service Research and Innovation Institute (SRII) Conference 2011, San Jose, CA. Professional Meeting. .Level:International

Keywords

Cybersecurity, cloud computing, virtualization, system administration, cybercriminology, cybercrime, network security, computer networking, cyber operations, Linux

Preferred Information

Associate Professor, Stockman, Mark http://linkedin.com/in/putrnrd

Contact Information

Academic - Phone: 513-556-4227
mark.stockman@uc.edu

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Xuetao Wei link

Asst Professor, CECH - School of Information Technology

250G Teachers College

513-556-5084

Research Support

Grant: #CNS-1801593 Investigators:Wei, Xuetao 08-15-2018 -07-31-2021 National Science Foundation SaTC: CORE: Medium: Collaborative: REVELARE: A Hardware-Supported Dynamic Information Flow Tracking Framework for IoT Security and Forensics Role:PI $299,905.00 Active Level:Federal

Preferred Information

http://homepages.uc.edu/~weix2