Spring 2016 Research Hypothesis Course Results in 11 Student IEEE Publications

The department is excited to announce that eleven student research papers were chosen for presentation at the IEEE International Conference on Information Society (i-Society-2016) in Dublin, Ireland in October. Publications can be found on IEEE Xplore Digital Library. In the Spring 2016 semester, Dr. Aspen Olmsted taught CSIS 690, a special topics course on developing…

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Dr. Olmsted and Master’s Student Selected “Best Paper” at 2016 Cloud Computing Conference

Professor Aspen Olmsted and master’s student, Gayathri Santhanakrishnan, were¬†selected as “Best Paper” for “Cloud Data Denormalization of Anonymous Transactions.” Selection was based on reviews of the original submission, camera-ready version, and presentation during the 2016 Cloud Computing Conference in Rome, Italy. In the¬†paper, Dr. Olmsted and Santhanakrishnan¬†investigated the problem of representing transaction data in PAAS…

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RPM Healthcare and Toptix, LTD Awarded Grants to Dr. Olmsted for Research in #CSatCofC Courses

Dr. Aspen Olmsted was awarded two grants from RPM Healthcare and Toptix, LTD to support student research in CSCI 360, Software Architecture and Design, and CSCI 690, Special Topics: Applied Software Penetration Testing. Students will select research topics from the coursework, propose and test a hypothesis, and deliver a presentation of the results. Each grant…

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