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					1. Chung Lee
   Professor,Tenured


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:
      Initial appointment : September 1, 1982 as. an Associate Professor of Computer Science
      Promotion :          September 1, 1988 to a Full Professor

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates

    Degree     Field            Institution                                               Date
    BS         Agronomy         Seoul National University                                 March
                                                                                          1965
    MS         Agronomy         Seoul National University                                 March
                                                                                          1967
    Ph.D       Crop Science     Michigan State University                                 Feb. 1970
    Post-      Biostatistics    University of California, Los Angeles                     Aug. 1973
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4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.

    Programming Languages (Fortran, PL/I) at Michigan State University (Fall 1968)
    Computer Application of Statistical methods at Michigan State University (Winter 1970)
    Programming Language (Pascal, Fortran) At UCLA (Fall 1872)
    Operating Systems (OS/360) at UCLA (Fall 1972)

5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
   improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:

    Various short workshops while at Chancellor‘s office (1978-1982) and at Cal Poly – attended at least
    25 workshops and tutorial session on the subjects including statistics, Unix operating syste,
    communication/network, computer graphics, programming languages, OO methods, software
    engineering (V&V, HCI), AI, and teaching methods.


6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc. (Where, when,
   description and scope of duties):

    1985 - 1987 Jet Propulsion Lab, NASA in Pasadena, Ca.
                Conducted 4 lecture series in computer graphics (15 week each)
    1986 - 1989         Rockwell International, Downey, Ca.
         Taught in-house training courses in Data Structure and Ada language.
         Production team of video course series in Software Engineering
         Conducted research project in Software tool usage analysis for the company.
         Planned joint project between Rockwell and Cal Poly for computerized restoration of old
            design specification.
         Served as faculty advisor for unit testing of Gun Ship control software in Ada. (Involving 30
            students)
      1990        Conducted special seminar on Statistics of Software Engineering at Software
          Engineering Institute of
                        Carnegie-Mellon University(SEI-CMU).
      1997       Propulsion Laboratory, NASA
          Offered a course series in Object Oriented Software Engineering to employees of MIPS (Multi-
           purpose Image Processing System) group.
           This lasted 9 month and team-taught with 3 other faculties in the CS department.
    1997, 1999 : Taught courses in Computer graphics and Java language to CS majors of Yanbian
       University of
               Science and Technology(YUST) and government officials in Yanji, China.
    1997– date Cal. Poly Pomona
             Conduct courses in Object Oriented method, graphics and Database for Korean teachers.
(5 weeks)
    1993-Date Bethel Korean Church, Irvine Cal.
               Conducted numerous training courses in computer literacy, productivity software and
               internet usage.

7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:
    Ministry of Agriculture, Republic of Korea 1994-to date (Advising on computer application and
software)
    Yanbian Univ. of Tech., China. 1997-to date Adjunct professor (Curriculum development and
teaching)
    Rutilus Inc, Irvine, Ca 2000 ( Supervision of software development team )

8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:
   Department – RTP Committee, Curriculum Committee, Policy and Planning Committee
   College – Budget and Planning Committee

9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.
   None published—submitted to conferences.

10. Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.:
    1. Attended 2 conferences on Biotechnology and bioinformatics
    2. Chancellor‘s Office grant for curriculum development and team teaching of Bioinformatics (Fall
       2001).
    3. Sabbatical leave to NASA-JPL for data compression research. (Fall quarter of 2001)
    4. Developed software for calculating various Genetic distances in plant. (For Dr. David Still of
       Horticulture Dept.)

11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:
    ACM

12. Honors and awards:
    None

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.

               course                                                                             No. of
year/ term    number                            course title                         credits     students
2000/Fall   CS 356            Object Oriented Design and Programming                    4      37
            CS 480            Software Engineering                                      4      40
2001/Winter CS 431            Operating Systems                                         4      36
            CS 519            Computer Vision                                           4      18
2001/Spring CS 435            Database Systems                                          4      37
            CS 445            Advanced Computer Graphics                                4      25
            CS 570            Human-Computer Interaction                                4      16
2001/Summ CS 245              Computer Graphics                                         4      33
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                 CS 431       Operating Systems                                       4     36
2001/Fall                     On Sabbatical leave
                              Team taught Bio 499(Bioinformatics)                     4     22
2002/Winter CS 435            Database Systems                                        4     88 (2
                                                                                            sections)
2002/Spring CS 435            Database Systems                                        4     42
            CS 510            Computer Assisted Instruction                           4     11


14.     Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
      which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other
      than full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.

      Course Coordinator for CS 130, 240 and CS 241. Have course release. 5 hours/week for monitoring
      and planning.


15 Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor: 40-50

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities: 30 %
    Please give a brief description of your major research and scholarly activities:

      1) Image Processing Technique for Early detection of Skin Melanoma
      2) Data reduction by fractal compression algorithm
      3) Curriculum development for Bioinformatics

17. If you are not a full-time faculty member, state what percentage of full-time you work: ____ %
    Percentage of this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated: _____%

         (N/A)
1. Halina Przymusinska
   Professor, Tenured


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:

   1991: Associate Professor, Computer Science
   1995: Professor, Computer Science

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates

     Degree      Field                      Institution                                   Date
     Ph.D.       Mathematics                University of Warsaw, Poland                  1979
     M.S.        Mathematics                University of Warsaw, Poland                  1970

4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you        may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.

   Several CS courses taken at the University of Pittsburgh in 1982.


5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
    improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:


   Participated and presented talks in more than 50 international conferences and workshops in my area
   of expertise. In many of them as an invited participant. This year invited to Dagstuhl Seminar on
   Nonmonotonic Reasoning, Answer Set Programming and Constraints in International Conference and
   Research Center for Computer Science, Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany, September 2002 and have a
   paper in CLIMA‘02 (Computational Logic in Multi-Agent Systems) Conference in Denmark , August
   2002.

        6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc.
            (Where, when, description and scope of duties):

   1991 -            Adjunct Professor, Computer Science, University of California, Riverside

   1997              Visiting Professor, New University of Lisbon, Portugal (Summer)

   1996 -1997        Visiting Professor, University of Warsaw, Poland

   1991 -1992          Visiting Professor, University of Linkoping, Sweden (Summer)

   1988 - 1991       Associate Professor, Computer Science, University of Texas at El Paso

   1984 - 1988       Assistant Professor, Computer Science, University of Texas at El Paso

        7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:

   Consultant for the research project ―Parallel Prolog on the Intel Super-Computer‖, Computing
   Research Lab, New Mexico State University, 1987.
8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:

    Academic Senate: Faculty and Staff Committee
    Department: Policy and Planning, RTP, and Tenure Search Committees

9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.

   Jose J. Alferes, Luis M. Pereira, Halina Przymusinska, and Teodor C. Przymusinski. LUPS - a
   language for updating logic programs, Artificial Intelligence Journal, in press.

   Jose J Alferes, L. Pereira, H. Przymusinska, T. Przymusinski, and Paulo Quaresma. An Exercise in
   Dynamic Knowledge Representation, Electronic Proceedings of the Joint International Conference on
   Declarative Programming, Appia-Gulp-Prode 2000 (AGP‘2000).

   J. Alferes, L. Pereira, H. Przymusinska, T. Przymusinski, and Paulo Quaresma. Dynamic Logic
   Representation and its Applications, Proceedings of Artificial Intelligence: Methodology, Systems,
   Architectures (AIMSA‘2000), September 2000, in press.

   Jose J. Alferes, Joao A. Leite, Luis M. Pereira, Halina Przymusinska, and Teodor C. Przymusinski.
   Dynamic Updates of Non-Monotonic Knowledge Bases, Journal of Logic Programming 45 (2000), pp.
   43-70.

   J. J. Alferes, J. A. Leite, L. M. Pereira, H. Przymusinska, and T. Przymusinski. Dynamic Logic
   Programming. Linköping Electronic Articles in Computer and Information Science, Vol. 2(): nr 18.

   Jose J. Alferes, Luis M. Pereira, Halina Przymusinska, and Teodor C. Przymusinski. LUPS - a
   language for updating logic programs, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Logic
   Programming and Non-Monotonic Reasoning, LPNMR'99, Lecture Notes in AI 1730, Springer Verlag,
   1999, 162-176.

   Jose J. Alferes, Joao A. Leite, Luis M. Pereira, Halina Przymusinska, and Teodor C. Przymusinski.
   Dynamic Logic Programming. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Principles of
   Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR'98). Morgan Kaufmann, 1998, pp. 98-111.

   Michael Gelfond, and Halina Przymusinska, "Towards a Theory of Elaboration Tolerance: Logic
   Programming Approach", invited paper for the International Journal of Software Engineering and
   Knowledge Engineering, (L. Sterling, editor), 1996 (6), 89-112.

10. Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.

  Summer Research Grant by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 393,000 escudos (approx.
   $2,400), principal investigator, 1997.

   Ministry of Science and Technology, Lisbon, Portugal, 250,000 escudos (approx. $1,500), principal
   investigator. Summer Research Grant by the Junta Nacional de Investigacao Cientifica e Tecnologica,
   1997.

   Sabbatical leave, Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland and University of Lisbon, Lisbon,Portugal,
   1996/97.

   ―Disjunctive Logic Programming and Non-Monotonic Reasoning‖, National Science Foundation,
   #IRI-9313061, Dec'93 - Dec'97, $202,000 (principal investigator; joint with Teodor Przymusinski).

   ―Constructive Negation in Logic Programming‖, Swedish Technical Board of Research,University of
   Linkoping, July'92 - June'93, $50,000, continuation grant, co-principal investigator.
   ―Constructive Negation in Logic Programming‖, Swedish Technical Board of Research, University of
   Linkoping, Sept'90 - June'92, $100,000, co-principal investigator.

   Computer Information Science and Engineering Infrastructure Grant, National Science Foundation,
   Sept'90 -August'92, $1,470,000, member of a group of seven co-investigators.

   ―Proposal for Research into Theory and Implementation of Knowledge Systems Based on
   Autoepistemic Logic‖, National Science Foundation , Jun‘89 – May‘91,$125,000 (principal
   investigator; joint with M.Gelfond).

   Computer Information Science and Engineering Infrastructure Grant, National Science Foundation,
   Planning Grant, #CDA-8806127, July'88 - May'89, $47,000, member of a group of seven co-
   investigators.

   Research Grant (URI) for research in the field of Artificial Intelligence, University of Texas, 1984/85,
   (co-investigator; joint with Michael Gelfond and Teodor Przymusinski).

11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:

   Member of the editorial board of two international journals – Journal of Experimental and Theoretical
   Artificial Intelligence and Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics.

   Member of the Center for Research in Intelligent Systems (CRIS) at the University of California at
   Riverside.

12. Honors and awards:

   College of Science‘s 1996 R.W.Ames Award for Research Excellence

   Founding member of the Center for Research in Intelligent Systems (CRIS) at the University of
   California at Riverside

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
   was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
   information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.

                    course                                                                           No. of
  year/ term       number                              course title                       credits   students
2000/Fall        CS 310           Formal Languages                                        4         35
2000/Fall        CS 331           Design and Analysis of Algorithms                       4         33
2000/Fall        CS 530           Advanced Algorithm Design and Analysis                  4         13
2001/Winter      CS 352           Symbolic Programming                                    4         34
2001/Winter      CS 420           Artificial Intelligence                                 4         19
2001/Spring      CS 130           Discrete Structures                                     4         40
2001/Spring      CS 310           Formal Languages                                        4         34
2001/Spring      CS 420           Artificial Intelligence                                 4         26
2001/Summer      CS 420           Artificial Intelligence                                 4         21
2001/Summer      CS 450           Computability                                           4         16
2001/Fall        CS 310           Formal Languages                                        4         33
2001/Fall        CS 420           Artificial Intelligence                                 4         29
2001/Fall        CS 515           Automated Reasoning                                     4         13
2002/Winter      CS 420           Artificial Intelligence                                 4         33
2002/Winter      CS 420           Artificial Intelligence                                 4         27
14. Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
   which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other than
   full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.

15. Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor: about 50

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and research activities: 50%

   Please give a brief description of your major research and scholarly activities:

   My scientific work is centered around the knowledge representation issues with the special emphasis
   on problems associated with non-monotonic reasoning and with applications of logic programming to
   knowledge representation. Together with M.Gelfond I was one of the early proponents of the study of
   Autoepistemic Logic and its relations to other formalisations of common sense reasoning. This work
   was followed by some preliminary studies of applicability of logic programming as a language for
   software specifications and issues of elaboration tolerance. More recently I am working with J. Alferes,
   L. Pereira, and T. Przymusinski on dynamic updates of knowledge bases.


17. If you are not a full-time faculty member, state what percentage of full-time you work: Percentage of
    this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated:
1. Hsi-Chiu (Joe) Liu
   Professor, Tenured.


2. Date and rank of original appointment and date and ranks of advancement.
       1987: Associate Professor, Computer Science. Tenured 1991.
       1992: Professor, Computer Science.

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates.
      M.S. in Computer Science, University of Illinois, 1987.
      Ph.D. in Science Education, Western Michigan University, 1975.
      M.S. in Physics, Western Michigan University, 1971.
      B.S. in Physics, Taiwan National Normal University, 1965.

4.      (Blank)

5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs.
      Advising Workshop, Caly Poly University, 2002.
      Annual conference, SINO American Scientists and Engineers, 2001.
      ACM Annual Conference, San Gabriel Chapter, 2001.
      Photonics Annual Conference, L.A, 1999.
      IEEE Annual Conference, L.A. Chapter, 1998.
      COMNET III Workshop, CACI, La Jolla, CA 1996.
      Novell Network Administration, Cal Poly Pomona, 1991.
      Computer Networks course, University of California, Irvine, 1989.
      Array Processor course, Cal Poly Pomona, 1989.
      IBM Computing Workshop, University of California, Irvine, 1989.
      68000 Microprocessor course, Motorola Corporation, 1988.

6. Other related computing experience.
      Teaching Computer Circuits, Computer Logic, Data Structure, Pascal, Assembly
      Language, Fortran, Cobol, RPG, BASIC, System Analysis, Sioux Falls University, SD, 1076 – 87.
      Teaching of Microsoft Works to School Teachers, Cal Poly Pomona, 1991.
      Teaching Data Processing to Adults, Muncie, In, 1976.

7. Consulting.
      Roland Heights Community Church, 1996, Setting up computer network.

8. Department, college, and university committees.
      Department Committees: Budget, Instructional and Laboratory Support, RTP, Undergraduate
          Curriculum.
      College of Science Laboratory Safety Committee.
      Counseling Committee for College of Science.

9. Principal publications.
       H. C. Liu, ―Algebraic method of Error Detection and correction‖, Dr. Dobb‘s Journal, 1992.
       Liu, H.C. and Lin, John. ―Unbreakable Rings‖ Annual Review of Communications-National
            Engineering Consortium, 1993-1994.

10. Scientific and professional societies.
        Association for Computing Machinery, San Gabriel Chapter.
        IEEE, Los Angeles Chapter.
        Sino American Scientist Association, Western USA.

11. Honors and awards.
       Registration grant for Western Communications Forum, 1993.
       President‘s Travel award 1991.
       Kellogg Foundation equipment grants, 1990 and 1991.
       Affirmative Action Faculty Development Grant for software, 1990.
       Mini Grant for Developing RISC Single Board Computer, 2002.

12. Subjects of courses taught in 1999-2002:.
       Fall 1999:      CS 264 Assembly Language Programming, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day
                        course, undergraduate course, 37 students.
                       CS 365 Computer Organization, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day course,
                        undergraduate course, 36 students.
                       CS 405 Microprocessor Systems, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day course,
                        undergraduate course, 42 students.
       Winter 2000: CS 210 Computer Logic, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day course, undergraduate
                        course, 35 students.
                       CS 264 Assembly Language Programming, 3 hour lecture, 1 hour lab, day course,
                        undergraduate course, 32 students.
                       CS 365 Computer Organization, 3 hour lecture, 1 hour lab, day course,
                        undergraduate course, 37 students.
       Spring 2000: CS 264 Assembly Language Programming, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day
                        course, undergraduate course, 40 students.
                        1 hour lab, day course, undergraduate course, 40 students.             CS
                        365 Computer Organization, 3 hour lecture, 1 hour lab, day course,
                        undergraduate course, 40 students.
                       CS 405 Microprocessor Systems, 3 hour lecture, 1 hour lab, day course,
                        undergraduate course, 40 students.
       Summer 2000: CS 264 Assembly Language Programming, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day
                        course, undergraduate course, 35 students.
                        CS 405 (section 1) Microprocessor Systems, 3 hours lecture, 1
                         hour lab, day course, undergraduate course, 27 students.
                        CS 405 (section 2) Microprocessor Systems, 3 hours lecture, 1
                         hour lab, day course, undergraduate course, 38 students.

        Fall 2000: CS 210 Computer Logic, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day course, undergraduate
                        course, 40 students.
                   CS 365 Computer Organization, 3 hour lecture, 1 hour lab, day course, undergraduate
                        course, 42 students.
                   CS 405 Microprocessor Systems, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day
                       course, undergraduate course, 31 students.

       Winter 2001: CS 365 Computer Organization, 3 hour lecture, 1 hour lab, day course,
                       undergraduate course, 35 students.
                     CS 405 Microprocessor Systems, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day
                      course, undergraduate course, 35 students.

       Spring 2001: CS 210 Computer Logic, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day course, undergraduate
                       course, 40 students.
                    CS 365 Computer Organization, 3 hour lecture, 1 hour lab, day course,
                       undergraduate course, 44 students.
                    CS 405 Microprocessor Systems, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day
                      course, undergraduate course, 30 students.

       Summer 2001: CS 365 Computer Organization, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day
                     course, undergraduate course, 28 students.
                     CS 405 Microprocessor Systems, 3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab, day
                      course, undergraduate course, 36 students.
        Fall 2001: CS 405 Microprocessor Systems, 3 hour lecture, 1 hour lab, day
                         course, undergraduate course, 38 students.
                    CS 499 Semiconductor Devices for Computer Science majors, 3 hours
                         lecture, 1 hour lab, day course, undergraduate course, 33 students

        Winter 2002:   CS 365 Computer Organization, 3 hour lecture, 1 hour
                        lab, day course, undergraduate course, 45 students.
                        CS 405 Microprocessor Systems (section 1), 3 hours lecture, 1
                        hour lab, day course, undergraduate course, 27 students.
                        CS 405 Microprocessor Systems (section 2), 3 hours lecture, 1
                         hour lab, day course, undergraduate course, 19 students.

        Spring 2002     CS 365 Computer Organization (section 1), 3 hour lecture, 1 hour
                         lab, day course, undergraduate course, 45 students.
                        CS 365 Computer Organization (section 2), 3 hours lecture, 1 hour
                        lab, day course, undergraduate course, 37 students.
                        CS 405 Microprocessor Systems (section 1), 3 hours lecture, 1
                        hour lab, day course, undergraduate course, 28 students.


13. Subjects of courses taught over the past two years.
       CS 210 Computer Logic                                3 times

        CS 264    Assembly Language Programming             4 times

        CS 365    Computer Organization                     10 times
        CS 405    Microprocessor Systems                    12 times
        CS 499    Semiconductor Devices                     1 time

14. Other assigned duties.

15. Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor:          40-50

16. Estimate percentage of time devoted to research and scholarly activity.
        20%.
        Designing of single-board computer based on RISC architecture.
        Home electronics in connection with the Internet.

17. Percentage of time allocated to the computer science program.
       100%.
1. Bruce P. Hillam Ph.D.
   Tenured Professor of Computer Science


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:

Fall, 1973 Original Appointment, Lecturer in Mathematics
Fall, 1974 Reappointed to tenure track, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Fall, 1978 Promoted, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science
Fall, 1981 Promoted to Professor of Computer Science, and appointed founding Chair, Department of
         Computer Science

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates

     Degree     Field            Institution                                           Date
     A.A        Math/Econ        Palomar Junior College, San Marcos, California        June, 1966
     B.A.       Mathematics      University of California at Riverside                 March, 1968
     M.A,       Mathematics      University of California at Riverside                 June, 1969
     Ph.D.      Mathematics      University of California at Riverside                 June, 1973

4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.

    See below

5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
   improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:

        Organized the conference, "Computational Science in Industry and the Comprehensive
        University", held at Cal Poly, Pomona Fall 1990.

        SIGRAPH 87 held in Anaheim, CA. Took part in workshops on teaching of graphics and
        Modeling of Physical Phenomena.

        Conference on Computer Accessibility by the Disabled, July,1987, Washington, D.C. The
        Conference was sponsored by the Department of Education's National Institute on Disability and
        Rehabilitation Research.

        CSU Faculty Workshop on "Curriculum Development and the Supercomputer" Held at the San
        Diego Supercomputer Center, July 8-12, 1991.

        COMDEX 86, Anaheim.
        IMAGRAPH, 89, 91
        DEXPO, West, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91 Anaheim.
        Supercomputing 94
        SigAda 95

6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc. (Where, when,
   description and scope of duties):

    Senior Research Engineer/Weapons Test Engineer (Part Time) August 1978 to September, 1987
    Pomona Division, General Dynamics Corporation

7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:
    None

8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:

      Chair, Department RTP Committee
      Member, Department Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
      Member, Academic Senate
      Chair, Academic Senate Committee on Academic Programs
      Chair, University Curriculum Committee
      Member and self-study writer, University Re-accreditation Committee

9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.

     Preliminary manuscript, ―Algorithms: An Intuitive Object Oriented Approach‖, cd-rom at Cal Poly

10. Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.:

        Sabbaticals 1992, 2001

        Engineering Enhancement Program Awards, (Formerly called Investment in People) every year
        from 1980 to the end of the program in 1988. Total awards in excess of $70,000 for equipment
        purchase.

        NUMERIX - Industry Cooperative Agreement. (In Cooperation with Dr. Ray Shiflett, Dean,
        College of Science). First official university–industry cooperative agreement in the College of
        Science. Value to the University was in excess of $20,000 annually in services and upgrades.
        The agreement was extended when Numerix was purchased by Mercury Computer, but later
        discontinued after I was no longer chair.

        California Lottery Funds.     Two grants, one for $22,000 to purchase a Vaxstation 3100 to
        couple to a donated array processor to start the NUMERIX Computational Science and Imaging
        Laboratory, and one with Dr. Elisheva Goldstein for $28,000 to acquire equipment to support the
        introduction of a course in Computational Chemistry.

        AT&T - (Along with Dr. Carl Clavadetscher, current chair of Computer Information Systems) for
        $640,000 to set up two laboratories equipped with 30 workstations to study Software Engineering
        and Computer Aided Software Engineering.

        $10,000 grant from Oakridge National Laboratories to cover the cost of the conference titled,
        "Computational Science in Industry and the Comprehensive University".

        National Science Foundation,(principal investigator). Proposal Id USE-9153045, "Computational
        Science Laboratory" $57,700.00 to establish the first undergraduate level Computational Science
        Laboratory in the nation.

        Parson's Foundation of Los Angeles. $37,700.00 for a partial match of the NSF grant USE-
        9153045.

        L.K.Whittier Foundation of Whittier. $20,000.00 for a partial match of the NSF grant USE-
        9153045.

        Info-Use. 1995-98 Coordinated a three year $120,000.00 contract to help set up a internet based
        site oriented towards teaching mathematics and aeronautics to middle school students with
        disabilities. (URL http://www.PlaneMath.com)
        Sun Microsystems. 1997 Worked with group of Computer Science Faculty and university
        administrators to get a $250,000.00 equipment grant to set up a workstation class-laboratory.

11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:

        ACM, AAAS, FDS (Foundation for the Disabled in Science)

12. Honors and awards:

     "College of Science Outstanding Student Advisor," 1991-92 Academic Year

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.

    year/         course                                                                         No. of
    term         number                            course title                       credits   students
  Fall, 2000   CS 140           Introduction to Computer Science                      4         33
  Fall, 2000   CS 301           Numerical Methods                                     4         40
  Spr 2001     CS 301           Numerical Methods                                     4         33
  Spr 2001     CS 331           Design and Analysis of Algorithms                     4         34
  Sum          CS 331           Design and Analysis of Algorithms                     4         36
  2001
  Fall 2001    CS 301           Numerical Methods                                     4         20
  Fall 2001    CS 331           Design and Analysis of Algorithms                     4         40
  Win 2002     CS 310           Introduction to Formal Languages                      4         34
  Win 2002     CS331            Design and Analysis of Algorithms                     4         50
  Spr 2002     CS 301           Numerical Methods                                     3         30
  Spr 2002     CS 310           Introduction to Formal Languages                      4         25
  Sum          cs 331           Design and Analysis of Algorithms                     4         35
  2002



14 Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
   which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other than
   full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.

    Member, Academic Senate       1 hour per week
    Chair, Academic Senate Committee on Academic Programs 6 hours week, 8 units annual assigned
       time
    Chair, University Curriculum Committee 1 hour per week
    Member and self-study writer, University Re-accreditation Committee (15 hours week during 2000-01,
       12 units annual assigned time: Currently 1 hour per month)
    Sees, MEP Advisor 1 HOUR PER WEEK

15. Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor: _50?, include SEES, MEP
    students___

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities: _20_% Please
    give a brief description of your major research and scholarly activities:

    Self study, interests are in pedagogy, currently writing an upper division algorithms text. Text was
    class tested Winter 2002
17. If you are not a full-time faculty member, state what percentage of full-time you work: _____%
    Percentage of this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated: _____%

        not applicable
1. Hsun Kao Liu
   Professor, Tenured


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:

     1976: Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department
     1979: Computer Science Coordinator, Mathematics Department
     1980: Associate Professor, Mathematics Department
     1981: Acting Chair, Computer Science Department
     1982: Graduate Coordinator of M.S. in Computer Science Department
     1982: Associate Professor, Computer Science Department
     1985: Professor, Computer Science Department

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates

     Degree      Field           Institution                                             Date
     Ph.D.       Computer        State University of New York at Buffalo                 1976
                 Science
     M.S.        Electrical      University of Cincinnati                                1971
                 Engineering
     B.S.        Electrical      Taiwan National Cheng Kung University                   1968
                 Engineering



4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.


5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
   improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:

     Preparing to Teach with Technology, November 4, 2001.
     WebCT Workshop, December 20, 2001.
     Digital Imaging Workshop, February 13, 2002.

6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc. (Where, when,
   description and scope of duties):

     1997: NASA/ASEE Summer Faculty Fellow, JPL
     Computer Display/Analysis of Pathfinder Data

7.   Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:

     Raytheon Systems Company 1997 – 2000
     Laboratory Automation, Statistic Computing

     General Dynamics Corp.      1980 - 1992
     Computer Simulation, High-speed Computation, Computer Graphics

     Medical Image Processing Group
     Computer Science Department
     State University of New York at Buffalo
    Summer 1977, Summer 1978
    Three-dimensional Display of CAT data

8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:

    Department RTP committee
    Department search committee
    Department curriculum committee(Chair)
    College RTP committee
    College curriculum committee
    College teaching excellence award committee

9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.


10. Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.:

    Sabbatical leave, 1986, 1993, 2002

11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:

    Member, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
    Referee, IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging.
    Referee, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics.
    Referee, The SRA Computer Science Series.
    Referee, National Computer Conference.
    Referee, George E. Forsythe Student Paper Competition.


12. Honors and awards:

13. Courses taught this and last academic year.

    Year/term       Course number        Course title                               Credits   No of
                                                                                              students
    2002/Spring     CS 408               Programming Languages                      4         54
                    CS 431               Operating Systems                          4         33
    2002/Winter     CS 431               Operating Systems                          4         61
                    CS 523               Expert Systems                             4         16
    2001/Fall       CS 431               Operating Systems                          4         35
                    CS 210               Computer Logic                             4         32
    2001/Spring     CS 420               Artificial Intelligence                    4         31
                    CS 431               Operating Systems                          4         59
    2001/Winter     CS 301               Numerical Methods                          4         31
                    CS 420               Artificial Intelligence                    4         31
    2000/Fall       CS 420               Artificial Intelligence                    4         35
                    CS 555               Computer Image Processing                  4         9
14. Other assigned duties.

15. Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor.
        40 to 50
16. Estimate percentage of time devoted to research and scholarly activity.
        15%
17. Percentage of time allocated to the computer science program.
        100%
1. John R. Fisher
   Professor, Tenured


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:
    Appointed Assistant Professor September 1971
    Promoted Associate Professor September 1975
    Promoted Full Professor September 1980

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates

     Degree     Field            Institution                                               Date
     BS         Mathematics      U.C. riverside                                            June 1966
     PhD        Mathematics      U.C. Riverside                                            June 1972




4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.
     My undergraduate and graduate work in mathematics included all of the theoretical topics in
   computing.
    I have experience in programming and systems design.

5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
   improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:
    October 2000 SigSoft workshop tutorials on UML code generation using Java.

6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc. (Where, when,
   description and scope of duties):
    Teaching Japanese engineers Java, Summer 1998, 1999

7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:


8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:
    Department Graduate Committee

9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.
"Logic Program Based Action Specifications", Proc. 1995 ACM Symposium on
Applied Computing, Nashville, Tenn., pp 248-253.

Prolog Tutorial, a World Wide Web on-line Textbook,
  http://www.csupomona.edu/~jrfisher/www/prolog_tutorial/contents.html.

"A Visual Logic", with graduate student Luu Tran, Proc. 1996 ACM Symposium
on Applied Computing, Philadelphia, Penn., pp. 17-21.

"Interactive Web Elements for Education", with G.J. McKee, keynote presentation,
Global Finance Conference, Montreal, Canada, May 15-17, 1997.

"Interactive Web presentations of topics in international financial management",
with G.J. McKee, Proc. 1998 International Business Association
Conference, Honolulu Hawaii, April 15-20, pp. 79-86.
"Visual analysis and design for GUI actions", Proc. IASTED Conference on
Software Engineering, Las Vegas, October 28-29, 1998.

"Present value of retirement", with G.J.McKee, Proc. EDS Business Conference,
San Diego, April 2000.

10. Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.:
     Research leave AY 2000-2001

11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:
     ACM

12. Honors and awards:

ITAC Science Teaching Award 2000 -- Collaborative software
development project teams involving students from Computer Science,
Physics and Chemistry.

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.

    year/         course                                                                         No. of
    term         number                             course title                      credits   students
  2001/fall    Cs245            Graphics                                              4         40
  2001/fall    CS241            Data Structures II                                    4         60
  2002/win     Cs480            Software Engineering                                  4         48
  2002/win     Cs241            DataStructures II                                     4         50
  2002/spr     Cs245            Graphics                                              4         50
  20002/sp     Cs240            DataStructures I                                      4         48
  r




14 Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
   which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other than
   full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.
   Help with various fund raising activities
15 Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor: _40-50___

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities: __33___%
    Please give a brief description of your major research and scholarly activities:
    Diagram Theory and Logic
     Object Oriented Programming Techniques
17. If you are not a full-time faculty member, state what percentage of full-time you work: _____%
    Percentage of this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated: _____%
1. Keyu Jiang
   Assistant Professor, Tenure Track


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:

    01/2002, Assistant Professor

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates

     Degree      Field           Institution                                             Date
     Ph.D.       Computer        Arizona State University                                12/2001
                 Science
     M.S.        Computer        University of Southern Mississippi                      12/1997
                 Science
     B.E.        Computer        Beijing Polytechnic University                          07/1995
                 Science/Soft
                 ware
                 Engineering



4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.


5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
   improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:

    1.    DARPA Dynamic Coalition PI meeting, Colorado Spring, CO, July 25 – 27, 2001
    2.    DISCEX - II, Anaheim, CA, June 12 – 14, 2001
    3.    Research Meetings, New York, NY, May 7 – 10, 2001
    4.    DARPA Dynamic Coalition PI meeting, St. Petersburg, FL, Jan 2001
    5.    Project Meetings, New York, NY, Spet. 18 – 21, 2000
            th
    6.    17 ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP‘99), Kiawah Island Resort, South
          Carolina, Dec. 12 – 15, 1999
            rd
    7.    23 Annual International Computer Software & Applications Conference, Phoenix, AZ, Oct. 27 –
          29, 1999
                 th
    8.    The 19 IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshop, Austin,
          Texas, May 31 – June 5, 1999
    9.    IEMS'97 International Conference, Cocoa Beach, FL, March 10-12, 1997
    10.   Eleventh International Conference on Mathematical and Computer Modeling and Scientific
          Computing, Washington D.C. March 1997


6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc. (Where, when,
   description and scope of duties):
  01/98 - 12/01    Research Assistant, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
                   Worked on:
                    Dynamic Coalition Project Sponsored by Defense Advanced Research Project
                      Agency (DARPA): Dynamic Coalition is a collection of interactive members. The
                      membership and trust relationship between each member could dynamically
                      change. We designed an infrastructure for managing the interactions among
                      members according to the trust and agreement between each other. We
                        designed and implemented a SIMS (Secure Information Management System) to
                        handle the information sharing within computation in a Dynamic Coalition.
                     Computing Community Project Sponsored by Defense Advanced Research
                        Project Agency (DARPA): A method for enhancing regular operating system with
                        functionality for distributed execution while retaining compatibility with unmodified
                        binaries of application.
  06/97 - 12/97     Research Assistant, NASA J. C. Stennis Space Center, MS
                     Linux and Windows NT Study
  01/96 - 08/96     System Administrator, SUN Lab, Maharish University of
                     Management, IA, USA
                     SUN Solaris System Administration
  09/92 – 12/95     Project Team Leader, Beijing Xiaoma Computer & New Tech Inc., China
                     Electrification Project for Beijing Long Distance Exchange
         Fall 99     Teaching Assistant, Arizona State University, AZ
                     CSE 531 ―Distributed Operating System‖


7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:
N/A

8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:
Research Laboratory Committee, Computer Science Department, California Sate Polytechnic University

9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.
   1. Jiang, Keyu, and Dasgupta, Partha, SIMS: A Secure Information Management System for Large-
       Scale Dynamic Coalitions, DISCEX - II, Anaheim, CA, 2001.
   2. Jiang, Keyu, and Ali, Dia, Quick Transfer Through Internet, Proceedings of the IEMS'97
       International Conference, Cocoa Beach, FL, March 10-12, 1997.
   3. Jiang, Keyu, Cai, Yu, Gong, Yuejin, and Ali, Dia, Internet Medical History Record System,
       Eleventh International Conference on Mathematical and Computer Modeling and Scientific
       Computing, Washington D.C. March 1997.
   4. Zhou, Ming, Ali, Dia, and Jiang, Keyu, Distributed Programming Environment, Proceedings of
       the IEMS'97 International Conference, Cocoa Beach, FL, March 10-12, 1997.
   5. Zhou, Ming, Ali, Dia, and Jiang, Keyu, Internet Object Browser -- a Distributed Internet Operating
       System, Eleventh International Conference on Mathematical and Computer Modeling and
       Scientific Computing, Washington D. C., March 1997.
   6. Jiang, Keyu, and Huo, Jun, A Method To Produce The Mixer Of Rotten Fiber Mine And Wasted
       Plastic, Patent: 97107590, July 1997.
   7. Huo, Jun, and Jiang, Keyu, A Method To Produce The Mixer Of Wood Fiber And Wasted Plastic,
       Patent: 97107589, July 1997.
   8. Chen, Xiangyuan, Jiao, Jianjun, and Jiang, Keyu, Low Temperature Starter of Internal
       Combustion Engine, Patent: 93213632, May 1993.
   9. Jiao, Jianjun, Chen, Xiangyuan, Cao Zhihong, Jiang, Keyu, and Huang Zhongli, Low
       Temperature Starter of Internal Combustion Engine, Patent: 93213631, May 1993.
   10. Jiang, Keyu, Xiaoma Gloves, Patent: 92221164, September 1992.


10. Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.:
N/A

11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:
    IEEE, ACM, USENIX, Association of Chinese Scientist and Engineer, (Southern California Faculty
    Association)

12. Honors and awards:
     Gold Medal for
       Brazen medal for
       Gold Medal for
       Brazen Medal for
       1999 - 2000 Graduate Academic Scholarship, Arizona State University.
       1998 - 1999 Graduate Academic Scholarship, Arizona State University.

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.

     year/       course                                                                          No. of
      term       number                            course title                       credits   students
  2002/Win     CS140            Introduction to Computer Science                      4         31
  ter
  2002/Win     CS460            Secure Communication                                  4         29
  ter
  2002/Spri    CS140            Introduction to Computer Science                      4         34
  ng
  2002/Spri    CS431            Operating System                                      4         25
  ng
  2002/Su      CS431            Operating System                                      4
  mmer
  2002/Su      CS431            Operating System                                      4
  mmer




14 Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
   which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other than
   full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.

15 Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor:        40-50
            CS undergraduate students  includes all students with the last 2 digits of
            their Social Security numbers in the range of 32 to 36
    CS graduate students  1 as committee member

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities: __20___%
    Please give a brief description of your major research and scholarly activities:


17. If you are not a full-time faculty member, state what percentage of full-time you work: _____%
    Percentage of this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated: _____%

    100% full-time faculty member allocated to CS
1. Lan Yang
   Professor, Tenured.


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:

    Sept. 1990 to March 1996: Assistant Professor.
    March 1996 to March 2001: Associate Professor
    March 2001 to present: Professor.

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates

     Degree     Field            Institution                                             Date
     Ph D       CS               Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China                    1988
     MS         CS               Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China                    1986
     BS         CS               Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China                    1983



4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.

    N/A

5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
   improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:

 Conferences and workshops attended in recent years:
   Advanced Simulation Technologies Conference (ASTC 2002), April 2002, San Diego, California.
  International Symposium on Software Engineering, March 2001, Wuhan, China.
  International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications
  (PDPTA'2000), June 2000, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  ISSAT International Conference on Reliability and Software Quality in Design, August 1999, Las
  Vegas, Nevada.
  Seventh Annual National Young Computer Scientists Conference, October 1998, Shanghai, China.
  Globecom'98 and Workshop on Very-Large Digital Subscribe Line (VDSL), November 1998, Sydney,
  Australia.
  International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications
  (PDPTA‘97), June 1997, Las Vegas, Nevada

6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc. (Where, when,
   description and scope of duties):

 Sept. 1997 - June 1998: Faculty Advisor for the project on Development of An Operational Plan for
 Resolving Year 2000 Problem on Standard Missile Test Stations Operating Systems Software,
 Raytheon Missile Systems, Tucson Arizona.
 June 1996 - Dec. 1996: Academic Part-time Employee, Scientific Data Processing System Section, Jet
 Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). Conducted a 4-unit course on Object Oriented Software Engineering jointly
 with three other professors.
 June 1995 - Sept. 1995: DOE Summer Research Fellow, Mathematical and Computer Science Division,
 Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
 June 12-30, 1995: Co-organizer and lecturer, NSF-sponsored workshop on Parallel Processing:
 Architecture and Programming, California State University, Fresno.
7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:

8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:

    Committee services for 2001-2002:
       Department: RTP, Curriculum, and Graduate Committees. Also serve as Graduate Coordinator.
       College: Disqualification Appeals Committee
       University: College of Science Dean Search Committee

9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.

Simulation Study of Automic Commitment of Global Transactions in Distributed Database Systems (with
    M.
    Mouradi), to appear in the Proceedings of 2002 Advanced Simulation Technology Conference (ASTC
    2002), San Diego, California, April 14-18, 2002.
An Adaptive QoS Protocol for Total Network Traffic Management (with L. Hu et al), Proceedings of
                                   rd
    International Symposium on 3 Generation Infrastructure and Services (3GIS), Athens, Greece, July
    2001, pp 329-333.
A Software Quality Evaluation System: JT-SQE (with X. Shi) Wuhan University Journal of National
Sciences, Vol.
      6, No. 1-2, 2001, pp.511-515.
Enhancing Computer Software Intellectual Property Rights Protection in China (a book written by a team
of US and
      China professors and a project sponsored by USIA), published by Yunnan Press.
Concurrent Object-Oriented Data Flow Diagrams (with Z. Ding), proceedings of 2000 International
Conference on
       Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications (PDPTA'2000), June 2000, Las
Vegas,
       Nevada.
Promoting Computer Software Intellectual Property Rights Protection Through CS Education (with Z.
Ding).
       proceedings of 1999 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science
Education
      (ITiCSE‘99), pp. 115 – 118, June 1999, Cracrow, Poland.
Design and Evaluation of A Software Quality Evaluation System (with X. Shi) proceedings of the fifth
ISSAT
      International Conference on Reliability and Software Quality in Design, pp. 153-157, August 1999,
Las Vegas,
      Nevada.
A New Traffic Control Algorithm for Integrated Networks via Satellite Segments (with L. Hu, et al)
published in the
      proceedings of Applied Telecommunications Symposium (ATS‘99) of 1999 Advanced Simulation
Technology
     Conference, pp.119-124, April 1999, San Diego, California.
                                                                                                    th
The Road to Object-Oriented Analysis, Design and Implementation (with Z. Ding) proceedings of 15
AoM/IaoM
     Annual International Conference, August 1997, Montreal, Canada.
Simulation Study of Clock Synchronization in Distributed Systems (with B. Jin), proceedings of the
International
     Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications (PDPTA‘97), pp.
708-721,
     June 1997.

10. Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.:
   Sabbatical: Sept. 1998 to March 1999. Project: Enhancing Computer Software Intellectual Property
   Rights Protection.
   A number of Travel and Student Assistant Grants from Cal Poly Pomona.
   Research and Teaching Enhancement in Parallel and Distributed Systems, SWI Summer
Enhancement Program.


11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:


12. Honors and awards:

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.

    year/        course                                                                           No. of
    term         number                             course title                      credits   students
  2002/Sp      CS525            Advanced Computer Architecture                        4         12
  2002/Sp      CS463            Undergraduate Seminar                                 2         16
  2002/W       CS664            Graduate Seminar                                      2         20
  2002/W       CS440            Compiler Design                                       4         30
  2001/F       CS408            Programming Languages                                 4         30
  2001/F       CS408            Programming Languages                                 4         41
  2001/Sp      CS140            Introduction to Computer Science                      4         37
  2001/Sp      CS256            C++ for Programmers                                   4         47
  2001/W       CS525            Advanced Computer Architecture                        4         6
  2001/W       CS370            Parallel Processing                                   4         45
  2001/W       CS140            Introduction to Computer Science                      4         41




14 Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
   which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other than
   full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.

    Graduate coordinator: 4 WTU released time. Average 20 hours per week spent on duties related to
    MS CS program.

15 Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor: _about 55 graduate students.___

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities: ___10__%
    Please give a brief description of your major research and scholarly activities:

    Conduct research and scholarly activities in the following areas: parallel and distributed systems,
    computer networks, object oriented software engineering and computer software intellectual rights
    protection.

17. If you are not a full-time faculty member, state what percentage of full-time you work: _____%
    Percentage of this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated: _____%
1. Peter A. Laszlo
   Professor, Tenured


2. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates.
      Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of California, Los Angeles, 1971
      M.A. in Mathematics, University of California, Los Angeles, 1967
      B.S. in Mathematics, California Institute of Technology, 1962

3. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs.

4. Date and rank of original appointment and date and ranks of advancement.
      1972: Assistant Professor, Mathematics
      1977: Associate Professor, Mathematics
      1982: Professor, Computer Science

5. Other related computing experience.

6. Consulting.

7. Department, college, and university committees.
      Department Committees: RTP, Undergraduate Curriculum

8. Principal publications.

9. Scientific and professional societies.

10. Honors and awards.

11. Subjects of courses taught in 1998-1999.
       Spring 1999:     CS 130 Discrete Structures, 4 hour lecture, day course, undergraduate course,
                         33 students
                        CS 301 Numerical Methods, 4 hour lecture, day course, undergraduate course,
                         77 students
                        CS 599 Special Topics-Graduate, 4 hour lecture, graduate course, 5 students
12. Subjects of courses taught over the past two years.
       CS 120 Pascal                                                         1 time
       CS 130 Discrete Structures                                            3 times
       CS 140 Introduction to Computer Science                               1 time
       CS 141 Introduction to Programming and Problem-Solving                3 times
       CS 240 Data Structures and Algorithms I                               4 times
       CS 241 Data Structures and Algorithms II                              2 times
       CS 301 Numerical Methods                                              1 time
       CS 310 Formal Languages                                               2 times
       CS 440 Compiler Design                                                1 time

13. Other assigned duties.

14. Estimate percentage of time devoted to research and scholarly activity.

15. Percentage of time allocated to the computer science program.
        100%
1. Amar Raheja
   Assistant Professor, Tenure-track


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:

    Fall 2001: Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Tenure-track

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates

     Degree     Field            Institution                                             Date
     Ph.D.      Engineering      University of Toledo, OH                                May 1999
                Science
     M.S.       Physics          Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India        July 1994
                (Electronics)
     B.S.       Physics          Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India        July 1992


4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.

    Have taken various computer science courses at undergraduate and graduate level.
    Taught computer science courses in the Computer Science department at Philadelphia University as
    a tenure track assistant professor for two years (1999-2001).
    Supervised various undergraduate projects of computer science students at Philadelphia University.

        5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which
           you have participated to improve teaching and professional competence in
           computer science:
    National Textile Center Research Forum, Charlotte, NC, February 10-12, 2002.
    Fourteenth Annual CSU Biotechnology Symposium, Cal Poly Pomona, January 10-12, 2002.
    RTP Workshop, November 2001.
    Seventh International Conference on Engineering Applications of Neural Networks, Cagliari, Italy,
    July 16-18, 2001.

        6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial,
           governmental, etc. (Where, when, description and scope of duties):
    1999 – 2001: Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Philadelphia University, Tenure-track.
               Teach undergraduate computer science courses and advised student projects.

7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:

    August 1998- May 2001: Consultant, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI.
       Worked as a Web Database Developer. Create web interface and connectivity of various existing
       Oracle databases at Ford‘s manufacturing plants.

8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:

    Department Curriculum Committee
    Department Laboratory Committee
9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.

    ―Forecasting of apparel sales using statistical methods and neural networks,‖ Amar
    Raheja, Celia Frank and Les Sztandera, National Textile Center Research Forum,
    Charlotte, NC, February 10-12, 2002.
    ―Haptic simulation of a fabric hand,‖ Muthu Govindraj, Amar Raheja, Chris Pastore and Dimitris
    Metaxas, National Textile Center Research Forum, Charlotte, NC, February 10-12, 2002.
    ―Prediction of fabric drape using multiplayer-perceptron neural-networks,‖ Amar Raheja and Muthu
    Govindraj, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Engineering Applications of
    Neural Networks. Cagliari, Italy, July 16-18, 2001.
    Muthu Govindraj, Amar Raheja and Dimitris Metaxas, ―3D surface reconstruction of fabric for haptic
    simulation,‖ National Textile Center Research Forum, Myrtle Beach, February 11-13, 2001.
    Amar Raheja and Atam P. Dhawan, ―Wavelet based Multiresolution approach to Image
    Reconstruction in Emission Tomography,‖ Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics Vol. 24, No.
    6, pp. 359-376, October 2000.
    Amar Raheja, Atam P. Dhawan and Peter P. Antich , ―Radial Basis Functions Based algorithm for
    feature Extraction from 3D raw Positron Emission Tomography(PET) Data,‖ Proceedings of the Third
    International Conference on Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition and Image Processing (CVPRIP
    2000), Atlantic City, February 27 - March 3, 2000.
    Amar Raheja and Atam P. Dhawan, ―Evaluation of Various Wavelet Bases for Multiresolution
    Tomographic Image Reconstruction for PET,‖ Proceedings of SPIE International Symposium on
    Medical Imaging, San Diego, February 2000.
    Amar Raheja, T. Doniere and Atam P. Dhawan, ―Multiresolution Expectation Maximization
    Reconstruction Algorithm for Positron Emission Tomography using Wavelet Processing,‖ IEEE
    Transactions on Nuclear Science. Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 594-603, June 1999.
    Amar Raheja and Atam P. Dhawan, ―Use of Wavelet Bases for Multiresolution Tomographic Image
    Reconstruction for PET,‖ Proceedings of SPIE International Symposium on Medical Imaging
    Conference. San Diego, Feb. 22-26, 1999.
    Amar Raheja and Atam P. Dhawan, ―Wavelet based Multiresolution Expectation Maximization
    reconstruction algorithm for Positron Emission Tomography,‖ Proceedings of the IEEE Nuclear
    Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, Toronto, Nov. 8-14, 1998.
    Amar Raheja and Atam P. Dhawan, ―Multiresolution Expectation Maximization reconstruction
    algorithm for Positron Emission Tomography using wavelet processing,‖ Proceedings of the 20th
    Annual Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS'98), Hong
    Kong, Oct. 29 - Nov. 1, 1998.

10. Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.:

    External Grants: (co-PI in the following grants)

    A Fuzzy Forecasting Model for Women‘s Apparel Sales, PI-Celia Frank, Philadelphia University,
    Funding Organization: National Textile Center, $105,000 for May 2002-April 2003.
    Haptic Simulation of Fabric Hand, PI-Muthu Govindaraj, Philadelphia University, Funding
    Organization: National Textile Center, $145,000 for May 2002-April 2003.
    A Fuzzy Forecasting Model for Women‘s Apparel Sales, PI-Celia Frank, Philadelphia University,
    Funding Organization: National Textile Center, $102,000 for May 2001-April 2002.
    Haptic Simulation of Fabric Hand, PI-Muthu Govindaraj, Philadelphia University, Funding
    Organization: National Textile Center, $143,000 for May 2001-April 2002.

    Internal Grants:

    Faculty Professional Development Mini-Grant for 2001-2002: $725
    Faculty Grant for Research activity (from RSCA office) for 2001-2002: 4 units reassigned time
    President‘s Student Assistant Funds (academic Affairs) for 2001-2002: $1600
11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:

    Member, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
    Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).
    Member, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society.
    Member, IEEE Computer Society.
    Referee, IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging.
    Referee, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering.

12. Honors and awards:

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.

                   course                                                                        No. of
   year/ term      number                           course title                      credits   students
  2002/Spring     CS256         C and C++ for Programmers                             4         46
  2002/Winter     CS128         Introduction to C++                                   4         37
                  CS130         Discrete Structures                                   4         30
  2001/Fall       CS128         Introduction to C++                                   4         28
                  CS256         C and C++ for Programmers                             4         37




14. Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
    which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other than
    full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.

15. Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor: 40-50

    CS undergraduate student advising – include all students with the last 2 digits of their social
    security numbers in the range of 44 to 49
    CS graduate students  2 to 5 students per quarter.

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities: 20 %. Please
    give a brief description of your major research and scholarly activities:

              20%, Conduct research and direct graduate students' theses in the following
              areas:
              Application of soft computing methods (neural networks, genetic algorithms
              etc.) for forecasting, medical image processing, using wavelets for image
              compression, denoising and interpolation, bioinformatics.
17. If you are not a full-time faculty member, state what percentage of full-time you work: _____%
    Percentage of this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated: _____%

   100% full-time faculty member allocated to CS
1. Henry Norton Riley
   Professor Emeritus


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:

        1981: Lecturer, Computer Science
        1985: Assistant Professor, Computer Science
        1991: Associate Professor, Computer Science
        1995: Professor, Computer Science
        2001: Professor Emeritus


3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates

     Degree     Field                     Institution                                     Date
     Ph.D.      Management of             Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA    1991
                Information Systems
     M.S.       Management of             Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA    1988
                Information Systems
     M.S.       Computer Science          California State Polytechnic University,        1985
                                          Pomona
     B.A.       Mathematics               Park College, Parkville, MO                     1954


4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.


5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
   improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:

        Decorum 95 Conference, LaJolla, February 1995,—invited speaker
        ACM National Conference, 1995
        Technical Symposium of the ACM SIGCSE, 1995
        California Software Symposium, UC Irvine, March, 1995
        OSF DCE Users and Developers Conference, Boston, August, 1995
        OSF DCE Users and Developers Conference, San Jose, April 1996
        Distributed Object Computing Tutorial, San Jose, April 1996.
        Decorum 98 Conference, San Antonio, February 1998
        Numerous seminars of one day or less at UC Irvine, CSU Long Beach, and JPL



6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc. (Where, when,
   description and scope of duties):

        Twenty-five years with Burroughs Corporation in various management positions in software
        engineering and technical support (1957-1982)

7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:

        Have been working with Jet Propulsion Laboratory since 1995 on a number of projects. One
        began as a study of distributed computing middleware platforms and evolved into the design of a
        real-time distributed object system for processing of spacecraft science data. Following that,
        conducted a review of JPL‘s needs in color printing technology and color matching/color
        management tools. Currently developing a command language for use in the visualization and
        analysis of high volumes of satellite spectrometry data.

8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:

        Academic Affairs Division Budget Advisory Committee
        College of Science Budget Advisory Committee
        Department Committees: Curriculum, Planning

9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.

        Leavitt, K. W., A. R. Marudarajan, A. N. Nouhi, and H. N. Riley. VLSI Placement Using Genetic
            Algorithms. Proceedings of the 1996 Conference on Artificial Neural Networks in
            Engineering, November, 1996.
        Ahituv, N., Z. Neuman, and H. N. Riley. Principles of Information Systems for Management,
            Fourth Edition, William C. Brown, 1994.


10. Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.:


11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:

        Association for Computing Machinery, 1958-present

12. Honors and awards:

        IBM doctoral fellowship, 1986-1988
        NASA/ASEE Summer Faculty Fellowship, 1994
        NASA/ASEE Summer Faculty Fellowship, 1995

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.


                      course                                                                     No. of
    year/ term       number                        course title                       credits   students
  2000/Fall          CS 141     Introduction to Programming and Problem-                 4         33
                                Solving
  2000/Fall          CS 331     Design and Analysis of Algorithms                          4       25
  2001/Winter        CS 463     Undergraduate Seminar                                      2       13
  2001/Spring        CS 463     Undergraduate Seminar                                      2       16
  2001/Spring        CS 580     Software Engineering Metrics and Models                    4        7
  2001/Fall          CS 331     Design and Analysis of Algorithms                          4       27
  2001/Fall          CS 435     Database Systems                                           4       35
  2002/Winter        CS 331     Design and Analysis of Algorithms                          4       17
  2002/Winter        CS 463     Undergraduate Seminar                                      2       13
14 Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
   which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other than
   full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.

15 Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor: __about 30__

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities: __50_% Please
    give a brief description of your major research and scholarly activities:


17. If you are not a full-time faculty member, state what percentage of full-time you work: ___50__%
    Percentage of this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated: __100___%
1. Robert W. Kerbs
   Assistant Professor, tenure-track


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:

    January, 2002 – Assistant Professor

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates
    Degree    Field               Institution                                                  Date
    Ph.D.     Computer            Nova Southeastern University                                 2001
              Science
    MS        Computer            Nova Southeastern University                                 1999
              Science
    BS        Electrical          California State University, Long Beach                      1987
              Engineering
    AA        Recording           Goldenwest College, Huntington Beach                         1984
              Engineering

4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.

    NA

5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
   improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:

    Presenting Data and Information (Edward Tufte), Austin Texas, 2002
    Retention, Tenure, and Promotion (RTP) Workshop, 2001
    Tractability and Intractability in Computation, California Institute of Technology, 2001
    Online Teaching Strategies, Franklin University, 2000
            Survival Tips for Doctoral Students (panelist), Nova Southeastern University‘s
            Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences, 2000.
    Information Technology at the Turn of the Century: a Computational Science Perspective, California
        Institute of Technology, 1999

6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc. (Where, when,
   description and scope of duties):

    1997  2001 System Manager, The California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California.
    1996  97 Programmer, Kronos Digital Entertainment, Pasadena, California.
    1995  96 Programmer, The Centos Company, Los Alamitos, California.
    1992  95 Editor/Publisher, The Centos Company, Los Alamitos, California.
    1987  92 Product Line Manager, Texas Instruments, Dallas, Texas.

7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:

8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:

    Department Level
    Accreditation Task Force
    Curriculum Committee
    Laboratory Committee (Chair)
    College and University Level
    Distinguished Teaching Award Committee
    Master of Science in Telecommunications and Computer Networks Task Force

9. Principal publications of the last five years.

              ―BLUE: An Interactive Visualization System for Categorical Data‖, submitted
              for conference proceedings of IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization
              2002 (InfoVis 2002), Boston, October 28-29, 2002.
    ―Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) – Labels, Routers, and QoS,‖ technical report prepared for
        Nova Southeastern University‘s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences, Fort
        Lauderdale, FL, 2000.
    ―Visualization Methods for Knowledge Discovery in Databases,‖ technical report prepared for Nova
        Southeastern University‘s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences, Fort
        Lauderdale, FL, 1999.
    ―Data Visualization,‖ technical report prepared for Nova Southeastern University‘s Graduate School of
        Computer and Information Sciences, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 1999.
    ―OS Control of Interprocess/Process Communication in Multiprocessor Systems,‖ technical report
        prepared for Nova Southeastern University‘s Graduate School of Computer and Information
        Sciences, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 1999.
    ―A Conway Sequence Implemented with an Elman Network,‖ technical report prepared for Nova
        Southeastern University‘s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences, Fort
        Lauderdale, FL, 1999.

10. Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.:

    Invited presentation – ―Predictive Data Mining with Visualization‖, California State University San
         Bernardino, 2002
    2001-2002 Faculty Professional Development Mini-Grant ($725).

11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:

    Member, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
    Member, Special Interest Group on Management of Data (SIGMOD).
    Member, Special Interest Group on Knowledge Discovery in Data and Data Mining (SIGKDD).
    Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Computer Society.
    Member, Tau Beta Pi honor society.

12. Honors and awards:

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.

                    course                                                                       No. of
   year/ term       number                         course title                       credits   students
  2002/Spring      CS380        Introduction to Computer Networks                     4         38
                   CS380        Introduction to Computer Networks                     4         32
  2002/Winter      CS445        Advanced Computer Graphics                            4         15
                   CS380        Introduction to Computer Networks                     4         38
  2001/Fall        CS245        Introduction to Computer Graphics                     4         36
                   CS565        Computer Networking and Distributed Computing         4         14
  2001/Summ        CS140        Introduction to Computer Science                      4         21
  er
  2001/Winter     CS128        Introduction to C++                                  4         31
  2000/Fall       CS140        Introduction to Computer Science                     4         38

14 Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
   which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other than
   full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.

15 Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor:            40-50

            CS undergraduate students  includes all students with the last 2 digits of
            their Social Security numbers in the range of 32 to 36.
    CS graduate students  3 to 5 students per quarter.

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities:

    20%, conduct research and direct graduate student dissertations in the following areas: data mining,
    visualization, and computer graphics.

17. If you are not a full-time faculty member, state what percentage of full-time you work: _____%
    Percentage of this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated: _____%

    100% full-time faculty member allocated to CS
     1. Salam N. Salloum
        Associate Professor, Tenure-track


        2.    Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:

         January 2001: Appointment as Associate Professor

     3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates

             Degree      Field               Institution                                       Date
             Ph.D.       Computer            University of Southern California                 1979
                         Science
             M.S.        Electrical          University of Southern California                 1980
                         Engineering
                         (computer)
             M.S         Applied Math        University of Southern California                 1977
             M. S.       Computer            University of Southern California                 1974
                         Science
             B.S.         Mathematics        University of Baghdad                             1971


4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have taken,
      or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no necessity to
      repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.


5.     Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
       improve teaching and professional competence in computer science(recent participations):

     The IASTED International Conference on. Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems, Anaheim,
     California, Aug. 21-24, 2001

     IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications, Computers, and Signal Processing PACRIM99),
     Victoria, B.C. Canada Aug 22-24, 1999

6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc.
            (Where, when, description and scope of duties):

              Assistant Professor/Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of
                 Wisconsin, Oshkosh, 1997-2000
              Assistant Professor of Computer Science, University of Houston, Victoria, 1995-
                 1997
              Software Consultant, PKWARE Inc, Wisconsin, 1994-1995
              Visiting Associate Professor, University of Southern California, Aug.-Oct., 1993
              Associate Professor, University of Sa‘ana, Yemen, 1992-1994
              Associate Professor, University of Yarmouk, Jordan, 1991-1992
              Assistant Professor of Computer Science, University of Baghdad 1980–1986
              Associate professor of Computer Science, University of Baghdad, 1986-1991
              Chair, Department of Computer Science, University of Baghdad, 1983-1991
              Research Scientist, University of Southern California, 1979-1980
              Teaching Assistant, University of Southern California, 1972-1976
  7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:
      PKWRE Inc, design and implementation of some algorithms to be used in the software package
      PKZIP, 1994-1995.
      TRIMED Inc. design and implementation of medical applications and expert systems, 1994-1999.

  8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:

     Member of the following departmental committees:
        Curriculum
        Planning
        Laboratory

     Member of the Master of Science in Telecommunications and Computer Networks Task Force

 9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.

  ● S. N. Salloum and A.L.Perrie, " Fault Tolerance Analysis and Diagnostic Procedures for some
                                                               th
  Sorting Networks, " to appear in the Proceedings of the 6 World Multiconference on Systemics,
  Cypernetics and Informatics(SCI2002), July 14-18,2002, Orlando, Florida.

  ● S. N. Salloum "Optimal Diagnosis Procedures for Generalized k-out-
  n: G Systems," Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on.
  Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems, Anaheim, California,
  Aug. 21-24, 2001, pp. 425-430.

  ● S. N. Salloum and A.L.Perrie "Fault tolerance Analysis of Odd-Even
  Transposition Sorting Networks," Proceedings of the IEEE Pacific Rim
  Conference on Communications, Computers, and Signal Processing
  (PACRIM99), Victoria, B.C. Canada Aug 22-24, 1999, pp. 155- 157.

● S.N. Salloum, "Efficient Binary-to-Residue and Residue-to-Binary Converters for Moduli Set
  ni
 2 - 1," Proceedings of the Seventeenth IASTED International Conference on Applied Informatics, Feb. 15-
  18, 1999, Innsbruck, Austria.

 ● S.N. Salloum and Murali Gala, "Testing and Fault Tolerance Properties in a Class of Sorting Networks,"
                   th
  Proceedings of 10 IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications, Computers and Signal Processing
  (PACRIM 97), Victoria B.C., Canada, Aug. 22,1997.

 ● S. N. Salloum and M. Breuer, "Fast Optimal Diagnosis Algorithms
 of k-out-n Systems," IEEE Transactions on Reliability, April 1997.

 10. Other scholarly activity.

         Reassigned Time, 4 units to conduct research in decomposition of coherent system into k-out-of-
         n:G systems.
         The PI of a lottery grant ($26,000 for two years2001-2003) to establish the Computer logic,
         Organization and Architecture Lab.

  11. Scientific and professional societies.
          Member, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
          Member, IEEE
          Member, IEEE Computer Society

  12. Honors and awards.
13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.


                           Course                                                                   No .of
    Year/ Term            Number                      Course Title                     Credits    Students
 2002/Spring            CS241( two       Data Structure and Algorithms II          4             66
                        Sections)
 2002/Winter            CS240            Data Structure and Algorithms I           4             34
 2002/Winter            CS210 (two       Computer Logic                            4             53
                        sections)
 2001/Fall              CS530            Advanced Algorithms                       4             17
 2001/Fall              CS480            Software Engineering                      4             37
 2001/Summer            CS210            Computer Logic                            4             25
 2001/Summer            CS240            Data Structure and Algorithms I           4             31
 2001/Spring            CS240            Data Structure and Algorithms I           4             46
 2001/Spring            CS365            Computer Organization                     4             33
 2001/Winter            CS210            Computer Logic                            4             34
 2001/Winter            CS480            Software Engineering                      4             32


14.        Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week.
      Indicate which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by
      other than full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.

15. Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor: 40-50

      All CS undergraduate students with the last 2 digits of their social security numbers in the
      range of 00 to 06.

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities:
    Please give a brief description of your major research and scholarly activities:

      30% of my time for research in the fields of algorithm design, software testing, high-speed computer
      arithmetic, sorting networks, interconnection networks, and fault tolerant computing and routing.

17. Percentage of time allocated to the computer science program.
    100%
1. Daisy F. Sang
   Professor, Tenured


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:

   1990 - assistant professor
   1995 - associate professor
   2000 - professor

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates

     Degree     Field             Institution                                            Date
     Ph.D.      Computer          University of Texas at Dallas                          1990
                Science
     M.S.       Computer          University of Texas at Dallas                          1986
                Science
     B.B.A      Business          Tunghai University                                     1983
                Administration



4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.


5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
   improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:

   Faculty Research Forum, Cal Poly, 1991, 92
   Western Communications Forum, Phoenix AZ, 1992, 93
   NSF Workshop on Object-Oriented Programming, Normal IL, 1994
   NSF Workshop on Computer Networks, Lansing MI, 1994
   NSF Workshop on Parallel Processing, Fresno CA, 1995
   ACM SIGCSE, Nashville TN, 1995
   Workshop on Using Case Studies in CS1/CS2, Nashville TN, 1995
   Workshop on Object-Oriented Analysis and Design, Nashville TN, 1995
   Workshop on Teaching Computer Networking using Simulation, Nashville TN, 1995
   Simulation Conference, Washington D.C., 1995
   SWIM CGI Workshop, Cal Poly, 1997
   SWIM Java Workshop, Cal Poly, 1997
   ACM OOPSLA conference, Atlanta Georgia, 1997
   Workshop on ―Doing Program Assessment‖, Cal Poly, 1998
   COMNET III Training Course, La Jolla CA, 1998
   CSU Teacher-Scholar Conference, 1998, 99
   Curriculum Development for Network Engineering, UCSD CA, 2000
   Teaching Large Classes Effectively, Cal Poly, 2000
    Building Scalable Cisco Networks, Los Angeles, 2001


6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc. (Where, when,
   description and scope of duties):
   1983-84 Systems programmer, Honeywell Information Systems/Taiwan.
   1996 Instructor for a twenty-week course ―Object Oriented Software Engineering‖
        at JPL, California.
   1997-98 Presenter on ―Unix for Programmers and Users‖ in the summer training
       program for Korean Electronics and Computer Teachers, Cal Poly.
   1997-2001 Presenter on ―Object Oriented Methodology‖ in the summer OO Seminar
       for Japanese Software Engineers, Cal Poly.

7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:

    1985 Consultant, Academic Computer Center, University of Texas, Dallas

8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:

   Department Level
       Graduate and Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
       Graduate Admissions Committee
       RTP Committee
       Lab Committee
   College & University Level
       Kellogg Scholarship Selection Committee

9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.

    ―Performance and Reliability Analysis of DOORS‖ (with M. Shen and C. Peng), to appear in the
             proceedings of International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques
             and Applications (PDPTA 02), Las Vegas, June 24-27, 2002.
                                                                                                       th
    ―Virtual Net: An Efficient Simulation for Parallel Computation‖ (with S. Chen and C. Peng), the 14
             International Conference on Computer Applications in Industry and Engineering (CAINE 01),
             Las Vegas, November 27-29, 2001.
    ―Distributed Object Computing with CORBA‖ (with W. Kuo and C. Peng), Journal of Statistics and
             Computing, vol. 5, pp. 47-68, 1999.
    ―Using Constructors and Subclasses in Java and C++‖ (with H. Kimm and F. Lee), the 14th
             International Conference on Computers and Their Applications (CATA 99), Mexico, April 7-9,
             1999.
    ―Networking and Data Communications Laboratory Manual‖ (with faculty participating in a two-week
             NSF-sponsored computer network workshop during the summers of 1994 and 1996),
             Prentice Hall, 1999.

10. Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.:

   Software Purchase for Network Design, 1990-91 Affirmative Action Faculty Development Program,
       1991, $700.
   Released Time, 1991-92 Affirmative Action Faculty Development Program, 1992, 4 units
       released time.
   University Faculty Grant for Western Communications Forum, National Engineering
       Consortium (NEC), 1992, 93, $1,990.
   Summer Research on Data Communications and Computer Networks, 1992-93 CSU Funding
       of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (RSCA), 1993, two-month stipend.
   Proposal for Conversion of 3DFIELDS from DOS Environment to Windows (with C
       Caenepeel), Southern California Edison, 1995-96 academic year, $33,000.
   Proposal to Extend High-Speed Interconnectivity (with Y Cheng, K Hayden, and M Klosky),
       GTE, 1996-97, free usage on the GTE Southern California ATM Network for 24 months.
   Software Purchase Mini-Grant for Undergraduate Networking Class, NSF Undergraduate
       Faculty Enhancement Program, 1996-97 academic year, $1,000.
   OOPSLA Educators‘ Scholarships, ACM SIGPLAN, 1997, $2,000.
   Proposal to Design and Implement a Real-time CORBA system, Lockheed Martin-CSU
       Partnership Program, 1998, $7,000.
   Teacher-Scholar Summer Conference Scholarships, Faculty Center for Professional
       Development, 1998, 99, $445.80+$854.50.
   Parallel Programming with CORBA, IONA University Awards Program, 1999, free Orbix
       software for distributed object technology for one year.
   Sabbatical Leave Proposal, California State Polytechnic University, 1999, one quarter
       sabbatical leave.
   Reassigned Time, Academic Affairs, 2001, 4 units reassigned time.
   Proposal for the Establishment of a Computer Networking Laboratory (with G Young),
       Amptron International Inc., 2001-02 academic year, $3,600.
   President's Student Assistant Fund (with G Young), Academic Affairs, 2001-02 academic
       year, $1,800.

11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:

    Member, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
    Member, Special Interest Group in Automata and Computability Theory (SIGACT)
    Member of Chinese American Faculty Association (CAFA)

12. Honors and awards:

   Outstanding Computer Science Academic Advisor, 1993
   Teacher of the Year, Diamond Bar Sister City, 1999
        In recognition of great kindness, support, and concern for Computer Science
        students, exchange students, and visiting scholars at Cal Poly.
   Certificate of Appreciation, City of Pomona, 1999
   In recognition and appreciation of loyal service rendered to the people of the
        city of Pomona.

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.

                        course                                                                   No. of
     year/ term         number                          course title                  credits   students
  2002/Spring         CS 331         Design and Analysis of Algorithms                4         50
                      CS 440         Compiler Design                                  4         48
  2002/Winter         CS 499         Intro to Distributed Computing                   4         30
                      CS 531         Computability and Complexity Theory              4         15
  2001/Fall           Medical        N/A                                              N/A       N/A
                      Leave
  2001/Summer         CS 331         Design and Analysis of Algorithms                4         44
  2001/Spring         CS 440 01      Compiler Design                                  4         49
                      CS 440 02      Compiler Design                                  4         37
  2001/Winter         CS 356         Object-Oriented Design and Programming           4         57
                      CS 440         Compiler Design                                  4         39
  2000/Fall           Sabbatical     N/A                                              N/A       N/A
                      Leave

14 Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
   which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other than
   full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.
15 Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor: 40-50

   CS student advising – include all students with the last 2 digits of their social security
      numbers in the range of 13 to 19
   SEES advising – 10 to 20 students per quarter
   MEP advising – 5 to 10 students per quarter

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities: _____% Please
    give a brief description of your major research and scholarly activities:

    20%, Conduct research and direct graduate students' theses in the following areas: object-oriented
    design, distributed object computing, multiprocessor interconnection networks, client-server
    architecture, network programming, and embedding and routing algorithm design

17. If you are not a full-time faculty member, state what percentage of full-time you work: _____%
    Percentage of this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated: _____%

    100%
1. Barry Irvin Soroka
   Professor, Tenured


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:
      1987: Associate Professor, Computer Science (initial appointment)
      1993: Professor, Computer Science

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates
    Degree                Field                             Institution                        Date
                    Computer and
     Ph.D.                                         University of Pennsylvania                  1979
                 Information Science
                    Computer and
    M.S.E.                                         University of Pennsylvania                  1976
                 Information Science
     B.A.               Physics                          Yale University                       1971

4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.
   N/A

5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
   improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:
   2002 May. Attended the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, ICRA 2002, in
   Washington DC.
   2001 June. Attended the Robots & Vision Show. Chicago. I was once a star of this show,
   presenting tutorials and educating new salespeople, but I hadn’t attended a show in a decade.
   It was fascinating to see how the market had changed. Some of the new capabilities dated
   back 20 years, to my time at Stanford; commercialization is certainly not instantaneous.
   2001 May. Attended the ShowBiz Expo 2001. Los Angeles Convention Center. This follows up on
   my motion control work.
   2001 March. Attended the Westec 2001 Exposition of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Los
   Angeles CA. Visited with vendors of robots, machine tools, CAD/CAM & graphics, motion controllers.
   2001 March. Attended the exposition of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology, Long
   Beach CA. This follows up the motion control research I did when I was on sabbatical at the
   Metropolitan Opera.
   2001 January. Attended the Medical Device & Manufacturing Exhibition, Anaheim CA. Talked with
   several exhibitors who displayed robots. I asked them about their experiences with robot
   programming.
   2000 October. Attended a workshop on Teaching Large Classes Effectively, held at the Cal Poly
   Pomona Faculty Center for Professional Development.
   2000 April. Attended the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, ICRA 2000, in
   San Francisco.
   2000 March. Attended the CSU CSIS Day at Cal Poly Pomona. This was a series of talks aimed
   towards CS and CIS faculty of the CSU.
   2000 March. Attended Westec 2000, an exposition sponsored by the Society of Manufacturing
   Engineers, Los Angeles CA. There was a ―robotics pavilion,‖ and I spoke with several robot vendors
   and users, asking how they programmed their robots. Graphical robot simulators were also much in
   evidence, but expensive.
   2000 January. Attended the Medical Device & Manufacturing Exhibition, Anaheim CA. Talked with
   several exhibitors who displayed robots. I was particularly curious about how they programmed those
   robots.
   1999 January. Visited the exposition, Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) West 99, in Anaheim
   CA.
    1999 January. Visited the Videomaker Expo, an exhibition of computer and video equipment.
    Burbank CA.
    1997 August. Attended ACM‘s SIGGRAPH 97: 24th International Conference on Computer Graphics
    and Interactive Techniques. Exhibition and electronic theater. Los Angeles CA.
    1995 November. Gave a talk, ―Robots and Opera,‖ at the Faculty Forum, Cal Poly Pomona, reporting
    on my sabbatical at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.

6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc. (Where, when,
   description and scope of duties):
   Sabbatical Visitor, Electrical Department, Metropolitan Opera House, New York, NY, January 1995 to
   June 1995. Studied their existing motion control systems. Designed a human interface to join four
   disparate systems into one unified system.
   Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA/ASEE Summer Faculty Fellow & Academic Part-Time Employee,
   February 1990 and Summer 1998. Learned and documented a force-feedback teleoperator system.
   Designed a new human interface for the system.
   Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California, July 1981 to August
   1987. Brought robotics courses and equipment to USC.
   Research Associate, Artificial Intelligence Lab, Computer Science Department, Stanford University,
   May 1979 to June 1981. Co-supervised/co-managed the robotics project.
   Visitor, Institut National de Recherches d’Informatique et d’Automatique (INRIA), Paris,
   France, Spring 1979. Extended my dissertation results.
   Visiting Scientific Researcher, Institut Informatik, University of Hamburg, Germany, Summer 1978.
   Implemented computer vision algorithms.
   Acting Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department, University of Kansas, January 1978 to
   December 1978. Taught CS courses. Completed my dissertation.

7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:
   Lockheed-California Company, Burbank, CA, 1984-86. Designed and implemented a simulator for a
   multi-arm robot assembly system.
   Saveriano & Associates, Carlsbad CA, 1983-1984. Analyzed the market for robotics and artificial
   intelligence.
   General Electric Company, Industrial Electronics Development Laboratory, Charlottesville, VA, 1983.
   Guided the design of a programming language for a commercial robot.
   Hughes Research Laboratories, Malibu, CA, 1982. Analyzed the portability of ACRONYM, a
   computer vision system developed at Stanford University.
   Logistics Technology Inc, Torrance CA, 1981-1983. Assessed the state of the art of robot
   programming languages. Designed robot programming languages.
   Various manufacturers of industrial robots, 1980-1986. (Names confidential.) Designed robot
   programming languages.

8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:
   2002 Spring to present. Member, CS Lab Committee.
   2001 Fall to present. Member, CS Curriculum Committee.
   2001 Fall to present. Member, CS Planning Committee.
   2001 Spring to present. College of Science RTP Committee.
   2001 Spring to 2002 Spring. Chair, Search Committee for an Associate Vice President for
   Instructional Technology. Successful.
   2001 Winter. Member, Boeing Scholarship Committee.
   2000 Summer to Spring 2002. Served as a member of the Cal Poly Pomona Academic Senate.
   2000 Spring through Summer 2000. University Committee for the Biennial Review of Student
   Records & Privacy Rights. We examined the Registrar‘s policy regarding privacy of student records.
   A biennial audit is required by law.
   2000 Fall to present. Chair, Tenure-Track Search Committee. Hired four new faculty during the
   2000-2001 academic year. Hired one (so far) during the 2001-2002 academic year.

9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.
    Selecting image retrieval parameters with a genetic algorithm. In process for the SPIE Electronic
    Imaging 2003 Conference¸ to be held January 2003. With Steven P Kerrick.

10. Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.:
    Revised manuscripts for use in CS 521 (Robotics):
        Barry I Soroka, Robot Kinematics. Fifth Edition. March 25, 2002.
        Barry I Soroka, The KAREL Robot Programming Language. Second Edition. March 25, 2002.
    2001 March. Wrote a successful proposal for the CSU Strategic Workforce Initiative (SWI) Summer
    Enhancement Program. $7500.
    2001 March. For McGraw-Hill, reviewed the manuscript Java Program Design by Jack Davidson and
    Jim Cohoon.
    2000 September. For McGraw-Hill, reviewed the manuscript Jneal Java Tutorial by Jeannette G
    Neal.

11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:
    American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)
    Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL)
    Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
         SIGCSE — Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education
         SIGART — Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence
    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
         Computer Society
         Robotics & Automation Society
    Robotics International (RI) of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)

12. Honors and awards:
    2000 April. Brought in a $1200 gift from local chapter 250 of Robotics International, an association
    within the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. These funds were targeted towards my attendance at
    the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, ICRA 2000, in San Francisco.
    June 1989. Meritorious Performance and Professional Promise Award, California State
    University.
    Summer 1988. NASA/ASEE Summer Faculty Fellow. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena
    CA.

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.
                      course                                                                      No. of
     year/ term      number                          course title                      credits students
     Fall / 2000      CS 140    Introduction to Computer Science                          4        37
     Fall / 2000      CS 352    Symbolic Programming                                      4        33
   Winter / 2001      CS 140    Introduction to Computer Science                          4        35
   Winter / 2001      CS 141    Introduction to Programming & Problem-Solving             4        32
   Spring / 2001      CS 141    Introduction to Programming & Problem-Solving             4        39
   Spring / 2001      CS 141    Introduction to Programming & Problem-Solving             4        37
     Summer /
                      CS 140    Introduction to Computer Science                          4        24
        2001
     Summer /
                      CS 435    Database Systems                                          4        25
        2001
     Fall / 2001      CS 140    Introduction to Computer Science                          4        43
     Fall / 2001      CS 140    Introduction to Computer Science                          4        29
   Winter / 2002      CS 140    Introduction to Computer Science                          4        36
   Winter / 2002      CS 352    Symbolic Programming                                      4        32
   Spring / 2002      CS 141    Introduction to Programming & Problem-Solving             4        21
   Spring / 2002      CS 521    Robotics                                                  4        11
    Master’s Thesis Supervision
       Steven P Kerrick,
       Using a Genetic Algorithm to Tune an Image Retrieval System.
       Completed in Summer 2001.
       George N Karas,
       A Computer Graphic Aid for Visualizing Robot Kinematics.
       (Tentative title.)
       Began work in Spring 2002.

14 Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
   which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other than
   full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.
   2000 Summer to the present. Coordinator of CS 140 and CS 141. These first CS courses are taught
   by a mixture of full-time faculty and lecturers. We continued with the text adopted in Fall 2000. Each
   quarter I send a memo to the instructors of CS 140 and CS 141 enclosing guidance and copies of my
   prior syllabus, exams, quizzes and homework. I have observed a decrease in the disparity in syllabi
   and weighting of grade components. I would like to achieve more uniformity in the product of these
   introductory courses, and I continually toy with the notion of providing a common final exam. No extra
   compensation. Requires about three hours per week.

15 Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor: 50

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities: 10 % Please
    give a brief description of your major research and scholarly activities:
        Preparation of a book proposal for a CS 1 text.
    Publication of the results of student Kerrick‘s master‘s thesis.
    Working with student Karas on a master’s thesis which should result in a graphics simulator
    useful for visualizing robot kinematics.

17. Percentage of this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated: 100 %
1. Mandayam Srinivas
   Professor, Tenured


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:

    September 1988: Appointment as Assistant Professor
    September 1991: Promotion to Associate Professor
    September 1993: Tenure
    September 1994: Promotion to Professor

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates

      Degre     Field                  Institution                                      Date
      e
      Ph.D.     Computer Science       Penn State University, Univeristy Park, PA       1984
      M.Sc.     Physics                Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India    1971
      B.Sc.     Physics &              Bangalore University, India                      1969
                Chemistry


4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.

5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
   improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:
            MERLOT workshop, Faculty Center for Professional Develoment, Cal Poly
            Pomona, February 2002.
    GBDI International Conference, Bangalore, India, January 2002.

        6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial,
           governmental, etc. (Where, when, description and scope of duties):
    Assistant Professor of Computer Science, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. 1984–1988
    Teaching Assistant, Instructor, Research Assistant Computer Science Department, Penn State
    University, University Park, Pennsylvania. 1979–1984
Systems Analyst IDL Chemicals Ltd., Hyderabad, India. 1975–1979
        Worked with engineers and chemists in developing software for thermochemical modeling
        of explosives behavior, performance prediction, blasting design and stress analysis.
    Scientific Officer Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Bombay, India. 1972–1974
        Design and testing of neutron and gamma-ray detectors for health monitoring and power
        control in nuclear reactors.

7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:
    Swedish Detonic Research Foundation, Stockholm, Sweden and Nitro Nobel AB, Gyttorp, Sweden.
    1979, 1981, 1983; Mathematical modelling and simulation of thermochemical processes, design of
    graphics software and human interfaces, investigation and control of numerical stability of
    algorithms, empirical thermodynamics.

8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:
     Member of department curriculum, planning, laboratory and tenure-track search committees.

9. Principal publications of the last five years. Give in standard bibliographic format.
    Interactive Natural Language Based Knowledge Processing. Paper presented at the GBDI
   International Conference, Bangalore, India, January 2002.

12. Honors and awards:
    CSU Bautzer Faculty University Advancement Award. Promotes faculty involvement in
    advancement activities. Two faculty members from each campus selected annually. 1998
    Distinguished Academic Advising Award for College of Science Selection based on written student
    testimonials. 1993

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.

                   course                                                                        No. of
   year/ term      number                        course title                         credits   students
  2002/Spring     CS463         Undergraduate Seminar                                 2         18
  2001/Fall       CS463         Undergraduate Seminar                                 2         16
  2001/Summ       CS463         Undergraduate Seminar                                 2         16
  er
  2001/Spring     CS463         Undergraduate Seminar                                 2         16
  2001/Winter     CS531         Computability and Complexity Theory                   4         15
  2000/Fall       CS463         Undergraduate Seminar                                 2         16


14. Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
    which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other than
    full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.
    Department Chair, 40+ hours per week. Stipend: $225/mo (pretax).

15. Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor: 40-50.

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities: 5%.
    Please give a brief description of your major research and scholarly activities: I have been reading
    about natural language processing and knowledge representation, and have written two articles on
    the subject.

17. If you are not a full-time faculty member, state what percentage of full-time you work: _____%
    Percentage of this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated: _____%

   Full time, 100% allocated to CS
1. Gilbert Young
   Associate Professor, Tenure-track


2. Date of original appointment to this faculty, followed by dates and ranks of advancement:

    September, 2001 – Associate Professor

3. Degrees with fields, institutions, and dates
    Degree    Field               Institution                                            Date
    Ph.D.     Computer            The University of Texas at Dallas                      1989
              Science
    MS        Computer            The University of Texas at Dallas                      1986
              Science
    BS        Electrical          University of Oklahoma                                 1984
              Engineering

4. If you do not have a formal degree in computer science, describe any course work you may have
   taken, or other ways in which you have achieved competence in computer science; there is no
   necessity to repeat information here which is contained in later sections of this document.

    N/A

5. Conferences, workshops, and professional development programs in which you have participated to
   improve teaching and professional competence in computer science:

    Cisco Certified Network Associate(CCNA) Training Program, 2002
    RTP and Academic Advising/Advising as a Teacher Workshop, 2002
    Online Resources for Research Funding Workshop, 2002
    Dreamweaver Workshop, 2002
    WebCT Workshop, 2002
    Retention, Tenure, and Promotion (RTP) Workshop, 2001


6. Other related computing experience including teaching, industrial, governmental, etc. (Where, when,
   description and scope of duties):

    1999  2000         Project Manager, Globalink Securities, Industry, California.
    1998       Visiting Research Staff, Fujitsu Laboratory, Atsugi, Japan.
    1998  1999         Associate Professor, Department of Computing, School of Engineering, The
               Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.
    1992  1998         Lecturer (British System), Computer Science Department, School of Engineering,
               The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
    1989  1992         Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department, School of Engineering,
               Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana.

7. Consulting—list agencies and dates, and briefly describe each project:

    2001       Software Consultant, Chau‘s Systems, San Francisco, California.
    2000  2001 Technology Consultant, Palm Wireless, Fremont, California.

8. Department, college, and/or university committees of which you are a member:

    Department Curriculum Committee
    Department Laboratory Committee
9. Principal publications of the last five years.

S. Zheng, K. Li, Y. Pan, H. Shen and G. Young, `On Equal Chromatic Partition of Interconnection Networks,'
Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing, Vol. 40, pp. 227-239, 2002.
A. Chan, J. Cao, H. Chan and G. Young, ‘A Web-Enabled Framework for Smart Card Application in Health
Services,’ Communication of ACM, Vol. 44, No. 9, pp. 76-82, 2001.
J. Leung, M. Dror and G. Young, ‘A note on an open-end bin packing problem,’ Journal of Scheduling, Volume 4,
Issue 4, pp. 201-207, 2001.
C. Leung, J. Sum, C. Wang, G. Young, Proceedings of 2000 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed
Computing, Applications and Technologies, The University of Hong Kong Press, Hong Kong, ISBN 962-85887-1-
0, May 2000.
G. Young, World Wide Web -- Technologies and Applications for the New Millennium, CSREA Press, Softbound,
ISBN 1-892512-20-3, US, Sep 1999.
K. Cheng, G. Young and K. Wong, `A Study on Word-based and Integral-bit Chinese Text Compression
Algorithms,' Journal of American Society of Information Science, 50(3), pp. 218-228, 1999.
C. Leung, G. Young, J. Sum and W. Kan, `On the regularization of forgetting recursive least square,' IEEE
Transactions on Neural Networks, 10(6), pp. 1482-1486, 1999.
J. Sum, C. Leung, G. Young and W. Kan, `On the Kalman Filtering Method in Neural Network Training and
Pruning,' IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, 10(1), pp. 161-166, 1999.
G. Young and C. Chan, `Single Vehicle Scheduling with Time Window Constraints,' Journal of Scheduling, 2, pp.
175-187, 1999.
J. Sum, C. Leung, P. Tam, G. Young, W. Kan and L. Chan, `Analysis for a class of Winner-Take-All model,' IEEE
Transactions on Neural Networks, 10(1), pp. 64-71, 1999.
J. Sum, C. Leung, L. Chan, W. Kan and G. Young, `An Adaptive Bayesian Pruning for Neural Network in Non-
stationary Environment,' Neural Computation, 11(4), pp. 965-976, 1999.
J. Sum, W. Kan and G. Young, `A note on the equivalence of NARX and RNN,' Neural Computing and
Applications, 8, pp. 33-39, 1999.
G. Young and K. Cheng, `Indicator Dependent Huffman Coding Scheme for Chinese Text Compression,' Journal of
Computer Processing of Chinese and Oriental Processing, 12(3), pp. 271-283, 1999.
K. Li, Y. Pan, H. Shen, G. Young and S. Zheng, `Lower Bounds for Dynamic Tree Embedding in Bipartite
Networks,' Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, 53, No. 2, pp. 119-143, 1998.
J. Leung and T. Tam, C. Wong and G. Young, ‘Minimizing Mean Flow Time with Error Constraints,’ Algorithmica,
Vol. 20, pp. 101-118, 1998.
H. Shen, K. Li, Y. Pan, G. Young and S. Zheng, ‘Performance Analysis for Dynamic Tree Embedding in k-partite
Networks by Random Walk,’ Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing (Special Issue on Irregular Problems in
Supercomputing Applications), Vol. 50, No. 1, pp144-156, 1998.
J. Sum, L. Chan, C. Leung and G. Young, `Extended Kalman Filter Based Pruning Method for Recurrent Neural
Networks', Neural Computation, Vol. 10, No. 6, pp. 1481-1505, 1998.
H. Arabnia, D. Avresky, B. Cong, K. Joe and G. Young, Proceedings of 1998 International Conference on Parallel
and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications, Vol. II, CSREA Press, US, Softbound, ISBN 0-9648666-
6-x, July 1998
G. Yan, A. Albrecht, G. Young and C. K. Wong, ‘The Steiner Tree Problem in Orientation Metrics,’ Journal of
Computer and System Sciences, Vol. 55, No. 3, pp. 529-546, 1997.

10.       Other scholarly activity: grants, sabbaticals, software development, etc.:

      As PI or co-PI:

      Amptron International, Inc., Networking Lab. Setup Fund(with Sang): $3000, 10/2001 – 9/2001.
      President‘s Travel Fund, $800, 6/2002.
      Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity fund, ‗Affordable Supercomputer: Network of PCs
      connected by SCSI,‘ Summer, 6,375.00, 2002.
      President‘s Student Assistant Fund, $1,800.00, 2/2002 – 6/2002.
      University 2001-2002 Reassigned Award, Awarded 4 WTU in reassigned time, Spring, 2002.
      Fujitsu Laboratory (Japan), Trusted Research Fund, ‗Research on Chinese Text Compression
      Scheme,‘ 1,000,000 Yen, 3/1999 – 2/2000.
   University Grant, ‗Performance Evaluation of Network Topology,‘ US$20,000, 8/1998 – 1/2000.
   RGC Grant, ‗Double-byte Text Compression - Algorithm, Implementation and Application,‘ US$
   48,000, 8/1998 – 1/2000.
   University Grant, ‗Open-end Bin Packing,‘ US$20,000, 8/1999 – 2/2000.
   University Grant, ‗Chinese Text Compression,‘ US$13,000, 1/1999 – 1/2000.
   University Grant, ‗JCES: A Web-Enabled Framework for Smart Card Application in Health Services,‘
   US$20,000, 1/1999 – 1/2000.
   RGC Grant, ‗Parallel and Distributed Computing for Multicomputer System – from SCSI Link to
   Internet,‘ US $480,000, 8/1997 – 7/1999.
   Summer Research Grant, ‗Generalized Task System: A Parallel Processing Model,‘US$3,000, 7/1996
   – 8/1996.
   University Grant, ‗Applications of Scheduling Theory,‘ US$20,000, 3/1996 – 2/1997.
   University Grant, ‗Complexity of Deterministic Problems,‘ US$16,000, 1/1995 – 12/1996.
   University Grant, ‗Algorithms on Real-time Scheduling,‘ US$10,000, 9/1992 – 12/1994.
   Committee of Research Grant, ‗Job Scheduling Algorithms,‘ US$3,000, 6/1992 –8/1992.
   Louisiana Broad of Regents, ‗Deterministic Scheduling,‘ US$74,728, 6/1990 – 5/1992.


11. Scientific, professional, and honor societies of which you are a member:

    Member, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
    Senior Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Computer Society.


12. Honors and awards:

13. Courses taught this and last academic year term-by-term. (This year is the year in which this report
    was prepared; last year was the year prior to this.) If you were on sabbatical leave, please enter the
    information for the previous year. Please list each section of the same course separately.

                   course                                                                        No. of
   year/ term      number                           course title                      credits   students
  2002/Spring     CS545         Parallel Computing Environments                       4         15
  2002/Winter     CS130         Discrete Structures                                   4         32
                  CS141         Introduction to Programming and Problem-              4         23
                                Solving
  2001/Fall       CS440         Compiler Design                                       4         42
                  CS141         Introduction to Programming and Problem-              4         38
                                Solving

15 Other assigned duties performed during the academic year, with average hours per week. Indicate
   which, if any, carry extra compensation. If you are course coordinator for courses taught by other than
   full-time faculty, please indicate here which courses.



15 Number of students for which you serve as academic advisor:

    40-50

16. Estimate the percentage of your time devoted to scholarly and/or research activities:

    20%, conduct research and scholarly activities in the following areas: parallel and distributed
    systems, computer networks, internet computing and scheduling.
17. If you are not a full-time faculty member, state what percentage of full-time you work: _____%
    Percentage of this time allocated to the computer science program being evaluated: _____%

    Full time, 100% allocated to CS

				
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