Xenia Mountrouidou

Xenia1_1-300x225Xenia Mountrouidou is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the College of Charleston. Her research areas include computer networks, performance modeling, and network security. She teaches programming, software engineering, and computer security courses. She has supervised undergraduate research projects in the areas of data processing, simulation, and network security. She has received funding from Jacksonville Electric Authority and the Systers Pass-It-On award. She has a Ph.D. from North Carolina State University. You may contact her at



Xiangyang Li
Dr.-Li-Headshot-e1418411143579-790x1024Xiangyang Li is the director of the Master of Science in Security Informatics program at Johns Hopkins University. He has been working for a long time in computer and system security, user modeling and intelligent systems, simulation and modeling, and knowledge discovery and engineering. He has contributed to many projects on computer security, user modeling and assistance, and information fusion funded by DARPA, Air Force Research Lab, the University of Michigan, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He has extensive experience of advising students, designing and directing student projects, and curriculum development. Xiangyang Li got his Ph.D. from Arizona State University.You may contact him at



Kaiqi Xiong
KaiqiXiongKaiqi Xiong is an Associate Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of South Florida. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Department of Computer Science at North Carolina State University. He has received the IBM Invention Achievement Award in 2003 and the IBM Publication Award in 2004. He was a recipient of the Faculty Teaching Excellence Award and the Student Recognition Award for Teaching Excellence, both from the Texas A&M University Systems in 2010. National Science Foundation (NSF), NSF/BBN, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Amazon AWS, and Office of Naval Research (ONR) have recently supported his research.