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					                                 Mario Alberto Garcia Espinosa
                     Associate Professor Department of Computing Sciences
                             Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Center for Instruction # 331                                                mario.garcia@tamucc.edu
6300 Ocean Dr.                                                              phone: (361) 825 3478
Corpus Christi, Texas 78412                                                 fax:    (361) 825-2795
Current Position: Associate Professor

Academic Preparation
Ph.D. Texas A&M University. Computer Science - Dissertation Title: "Intelligent Agents
        Applied to Software Management" August 1997.
M.S. Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) - Computer
        Science.: Dissertation Title: "Methodology to Diagnose Alarms Using a Real Time
        Expert System" July 1991.
M.S. Instituto Tecnologico de la Laguna. - Electrical Engineering: Thesis Title: "Set
        Theoretical Control" December 1980.
B.S.    Instituto Tecnologico de Saltillo - Electrical Engineering: Thesis Title: "Using Sparse
        Matrix for the Analysis of Electrical Circuits" June 1979
Certificate - Carnegie Mellon University- Information Assurance. Summer 2003
Certificate - Purdue University - Information Assurance. Summer 2004
Postdoc - University of Maryland University College UMUC Information Assurance. 2006-2007

Professional Experience:
1979-1988:      Professor National System of Technological Institutes
1988-1991:      Research Assistant Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM)
1993-1994:      Research Assistant Texas A&M University Forest Science Department
1994-1996:      Research Assistant Texas A&M University Department of Computer Science
1996-1997:      Lecturer Texas A&M University Department of Computer Science
1998-1999:      Assistant Professor Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM)
1999-2004:      Assistant Professor Texas A&M University Corpus Christi – Computer Science
2004-Present:   Associate Professor Texas A&M University Corpus Christi – Computer Science
2005 -          May – August Visiting Scientist CERT/SEI/CMU
2006 -          June – August Visiting Scientist Stanford University

Teaching:
Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
   Graduate Courses: COSC 5311 Fundamentals in Programming and Problem Solving I; COSC
5312 Fundamentals in Programming and Problem Solving II; COSC 5320 Design and
Implementation of Computer Instructional Systems; COSC 5321 Data Structures; COSC 5348
Expert Systems; COSC 5354 Artificial Intelligence; COSC 5374 Computer Forensics; COSC
5375 Information Security; COSC 5376 Network Security; COSC 5377 Wireless Security;
COSC 5378 Survivable Systems; COSC 5379 Advanced Information Assurance.

    Undergraduate
       COSC 1436 Introduction to Problem Solving with Computers II; COSC 2437 Data
Structures; COSC 2470 COBOL; COSC 3370 Software Engineering; COSC 3380 Undergraduate
Research Experience; COSC 4430 Artificial Intelligence; COSC 4354 Systems Analysis and
Design (Capstone course)
Tecnologico de Monterrey (ITESM)
      Reasoning and Search Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Practical Training
Texas A&M University
      Artificial Intelligence, Software Engineering, Fortran 90
Tecnologico de Saltillo
      Electrical Power Systems, Control Theory 1, Control Theory II, Logical Circuits
      Expert Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Software Engineering, Software Quality
      Data Structures, Pascal, Discrete Mathematics, Analysis of Algorithms

Graduate Projects Committee Chair (Completed)
   1. Sreevani Pelala. "Robot Path Generator." Fall 2000
   2. Tinu Singh. "Prototype Expert System for Diagnosis and Treatment of Diabetes." Spring
       2001
   3. Carlos Mendieta- "A Comparison of Artificial Neural Network Models for Predicting
       Tide Levels." Fall 2001
   4. Leonardo F. Duarte "Web-Based Expert System for Diagnosis and Treatment of
       Diabetes." Fall 2002.
   5. Jeremy D. Zapata. “A Learning Aggregator - A Bayesian Classification System for
       Online Syndication.” Fall 2003
   6. Eunjoon Hwang. "Image Fusion" Fall 2003
   7. Aijaz Ahmed “Signature-based Network Intrusion Detection System using JESS”
       Spring 2004
   8. Shiraz Ahmed “Electronic Learning in Nursing Education” Fall 2004
   9. Randy Cisneros. “Dictionary Attack Method for UNIX Systems Using Salt” Fall 2005
   10. Jasbir S. Parmar. “Network Intrusion Detection Using EagleX and Securepoint Nuzzler”
       Fall 2005.
   11. Karthik Duraisamy “Design and Implementation of a Visualization Statistical and
       Analysis Tool for Comparison of Atmospheric Model Predictions of the Golf of Mexico”
       Fall 2005
   12. Lakshami Pinneti. “Detection and Identification of Bacterial and Parasitic Pathogens in
       Fish Husbandry using Web-based Expert Systems.” Spring 2006
   13. Vamshi Kankanala “Web-based Network Intrusion Detection Expert System” Spring
       2006
   14. Satrunga Pakala “Using Biometrics to Generate Public and Private Keys “ Spring 2006
   15. Firoz Allahwali. “Implementation of an Offline Intrusion Detection System Using Data
       Mining” Spring 2006
   16. Ankita Nellimarla. Biometric Authentication Tool for User Identification Based on
       Keystroke Dynamics. Summer 2006
   17. Ramesh Krishnamoorthy Active Change Auditing and Integrity Verification System using
       MD5 Hashing. Summer 2006
   18. Jayanthi R. Kalvemula. Research, Analysis and Efficiency Measurement for E-mail and
       SPAM Detection/Prevention Fall 2006
   19. Ramya Chakinarapu “Programming a Controller for Video Conversion and Text Data
       Overlay” Fall 2006.
   20. Allen J. Brotze “An Expert System for Training Medical Students” Fall 2006
   21. Veera Kishore Reddipalli – Design and Analysis of Intrusion Detection Using Honeypots.
       Fall 2006.
   22. Anthony Weitekamp Derivation of Symmetric Encryption Keys From Synchronized
       Chaotic Systems. Spring 2007
   23. Ramakrishna Reddy Vodeti – Study of Intrusion Detection Tools to Avoid Phising.
       Fall 2007
   24. Kiran Vupala – Design of Internet Applications for Symbian OS Based Mobiles
       Fall 2007
   25. Sai Ajay Kummar Research, Analysis and Efficiency Measurement of Forensics
       Tools and Techniques to Detect Criminal Evidence to be used in a Court of Law
       Fall 2007
   26. Kevin Krause Introducing Shades of Gray into an Otherwise Black and White World: The
       Consideration of Ethics in the Field of Information Assurance. April 25, 2008.
   27. Narayanan Srinivasan Web Content Management System for an Online News
       Service. May 9, 2008.
   28. Rocky Martin – Bluetooth and JAVA helping Sight Impaired. May 2, 2008.

Graduate Projects Committee Member (Completed)
   29. Kelly Mierzwa Todorov. "Medical Manager Word-Processing Interface." Spring 2000
   30. Sean Babcock - "Clips to C Interface for Mobile Robot Control." Fall 2000
   31. Shekar C. Gudi. "Design of an Automated Natural Language Processing Algorithm for
       an Industrial Environment." Summer 2000
   32. Ying Shen. "Online Indexed Reflection/Collection Student Notebook Structure."
       Spring 2001
   33. Tao Huang. "Personal Investments-Assistance System." Summer 2001
   34. Kevin Nelson. "An Automated System for Administering and Scoring the Case Strategies
       for Case Supervision Assessment Instrument." Fall 2001.
   35. Rui Shen. "Design and Implementation of WinTrace: An Internet Path Characterization
       Tool." Fall 2001
   36. Matthew Johnson. "Development of an Intelligent Autonomous Robotic System Using a
       Hybrid Control Architecture and Enhanced Topological Mapping." Fall 2001
   37. Abhijeet Trivedi. "Read, Review & Assess System." April 26 2002
   38. Sae Hwang. "The Design and Implementation of a Virtual Engineering Technology
       Laboratory." Fall 2002
   39. Norma N. Nolazco. "Data Mining in Real World Database Application" Summer 2003
   40. Brian McCord. “Using Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithms to Predict Stocks.”
       Summer 2003.
   41. Krishna Reddy Dagula. "WinFind, A Tool to Measure the Bandwidth of Asymetric Links
       on Internet." Fall 2003.
   42. Raghavendra P. Desiraju. "The Design and Implementation of a Cashier System." Fall
       2003
   43. Bhargavi Hiremagalur “WLAN Traffic Grapher Using Simple Network Management
       Protocol (SNMP)” 2004
   44. Bindu Yaparla. "Resource Management System for Disability Students." April 26, 2005
   45. Carl J. Perales. “Development of a Hybrid Knowledge-Based Training System for
       Heating, Ventilating, and Air- Conditioning (HVAC) Load Calculations.” Fall 2005
   46. Naresh Kumar Peapully Shroff. “Task Management System on Pocket PC.” Fall 2005
   47. Ashwani Tomar “Mapping and Monitoring of LiveOak Peninsula Area.” Fall 2005
   48. Kiran Jana. “Design and Implementation of Online Grading & Tracking System.” Fall
       2005
   49. Gnan Mekala “Task Management System” Fall 2005
   50. Himanshu Pundir “Immediate Assessment of a Class Lecture Using a Handheld Device”
       Spring 2006
   51. Randy DeLeon Securing Sensitive Information in Cookies. Spring 2007
   52. Felix Fuentes Biometrics and Vein Map Authentication. Spring 2007
   53. Sumit Agarwal Machine Translation Fall 2007
   54. Sheshidhar Odeti Wave Steganography Fall 2007
   55. Hemanth Gowda Krishnappa – Fingerprint Verification using Mutual Information – Fall
       2007

Graduate Projects Committee Chair (Work in progress)
   56. Phanindra Ambatipudi “Steganography in Optical Fiber Communication”
   57. Prashanth Gurrala – Widgets for Mobile Device
   58. Urmila Konsam - Designing Security Architecture and Securing Web Applications using
       Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
   59. Bhavani Sunke – Analysis and Hardware Support for Intrusion Detection System Tools
   60. Venkata Devarapally - Survivable Systems and Secure Programming
   61. Gonzalo Villegas. Analysis of Tools for Conducting Wireless Penetration Testing
   62. Eduardo Arce. Analysis of Mobile Phone Forensic Software Tools.

Graduate Projects Committee member (Work in progress)
   63. Dennis Ma. "Digital Image Object Extraction."
   64. Rakesh B. Gujjarlapudi. "Enrollment and Management Systems."
   65. Sundar Chellappa. “Dynamic Application Generation and Configuration”
   66. Wien Lohachit “Wireless Data Acquisition and Logging in Shallow Water Environments”
   67. Sheshidhar Odeti Steganography
   68. William J. Shelton Design of a Face Recognition Subsystem for Use in a Digital Photo
       Album
   69. Hemanth Gowda Krishnappa – Handwritten Signature Recognition
   70. Rajesh Kanisetti – Voice Interactive Internet Browser

Continue Education:
   1. Java Workshop. Texas A&M University Corpus Christi. November 12, 1999
   2. Dr. Scheme Workshop. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, November 29, 1999
   3. Writing Winning Proposals. San Antonio Texas, 2001.
   4. Office of the Governor Budget and Planning State Grants Team. Writing to Win Corpus
      Christi Texas, May 15-17 2002.
   5. 2002 Introductory Workshop on Computational Science in Undergraduate Education.
      July 28 – August 3 2002. Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
   6. Dare to Soar. Cultural Competencies Workshop Managing Diverse Cultures at the Speed
      of Change. Corpus Christi, Texas, October 11, 12 2002.
   7. Information Assurance Capacity Building Program. Carnegie Mellon University.
      Pittsburgh PA, July 6 - August 1 2003.
   8. CISCO Security Professor Professional Development. CISCO Security Boot Camp .
      TAMU-Commerce, Dallas TX, August, 21- 23 2003
9. Information Security for Technical Staff. Carnegie Mellon – Software Engineering
    Institute. March 29 – April2, 2004
10. Assessing NASA‟s Educational and Research Funding Opportunities. San Antonio TX,
    April 26 2004.
11. FASEB Grantsmanship Training Program Atlantic Beach, Florida April 28 – May 1, 2004
12. Advanced Information Security for Technical Staff. Carnegie Mellon – Software
    Engineering Institute. May 10 – 14 2004
13. Information Assurance Education Graduate Certificate Program at Purdue University June
    14 – August 6 2004. West Lafayette, Indiana.
14. Ethics in Computer Science. San Diego California. February 23 – 27 2005
15. The Learning Paradigm College. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. April 8 – 9
    2005.
16. Information Security for Network Managers. Carnegie Mellon University – Software
    Engineering Institute. July 13 – 14, 2005.
17. CISCO Security Professor Professional Development. CISCO Security Boot Camp.
    Carnegie Mellon University, July 14-19, 2005
18. Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2005). Carnegie Mellon University.
    July 12-14, 2005.
19. Software Engineering “SSI-Hub” Workshop. Texas A&M University. College Station,
    TX. August 24-26 2005
20. EnCase Incident Response, Forensic Analysis and Discovery. November 15 – 18, 2005.
    Guidance Software – Pasadena CA.
21. Workshop on Case Studies Teaching in Science. Buffalo New York, May 14 – 21
22. 2nd Trustworthy Interfaces for Passwords and Personal Information workshop. Stanford
    University. Palo Alto Cal. June 19, 2006.
23. The Women's Institute in Summer Enrichment (WISE). Workshop on Ubiquitous Secure
    Technology . Berkeley University. Berkeley Cal. July 5 – 11 2006.
24. TRUST Team for Research in Ubiquitous Computing. Workshop Fall Retreat 2006.
    Pittsburgh Pa, October 5 – 6.
25. Joint NASA/NSF Conference for Higher Education
 Principal Investigators, Faculty, and
    Partners, February
 22-24, 2007 at Chantilly, VA.
26. TRUST Team for Research in Ubiquitous Computing. Workshop Spring Retreat 2007.
    Oakland Ca. March 19 – 20.
27. Access Data Boot Camp (Forensics Tool Kit FTK) Portland Or. May 8 – 10, 2007.
28. Affinity Research Group Workshop. Corpus Christi TX, May, 2007
29. Summer Workshop On Teaching about Terrorism (SWOTT). Morehouse College in
    Atlanta, Georgia, June 17-23, 2007.
30. The Women's Institute in Summer Enrichment (WISE). Workshop on Sensor Networks.
    Berkeley University. Berkeley Cal. June 10 - 16 2007
31. Information Assurance Workshop. Rochester Institute of Technology. August 6 – 17,
    2007.
32. Learning to Teach Online using the tool WebTycho. University of Maryland University
    College. August 19, 2007 – September 23, 2007
33. Access Data Boot Camp (Windows Registry) Corpus Christi TX, December 19 – 21,
    2007. (Online)
Scholarly Activity
Research Proposals Submitted Funded
   1. Stephen Dannelly, Dulal Kar, Mario Garcia, John Fernandez., NSF CISE MII 2003:
       Extending and Strengthening the Pipeline in Computer Science. September 2003 –
       August 2008. $1,499,997.00
   2. Mario Garcia. Federate Computing Research Grant - San Diego Cal. June 2003.
       $1,000.00
   3. Information Assurance Grant. - Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh PA. July - August
       2003. $7,666.00
   4. John Fernandez, Mario Garcia, and Dulal Kar. CISCO. September 1, 2003. $62,901.00
   5. Mario A Garcia . TAMU-CC College Research Grant. September 2003. $2,000.00
   6. Mario A Garcia . TAMU-CC College Research Grant. September 2004. $3,000.00
   7. Mario A Garcia. TAMU-CC University Research Grant. November 2004. $ 6, 411.00
   8. TAMU-CC Science and Technology Scholarships Fall 2004 $ 5,000.00
   9. Melissa Dark, Nathan Harter, Linda Morales, and Mario Garcia. Collaboration: Ethics
       Education in Computing – A moral Development/ Constructivist Approach. January 2006
       – December 2009. $230,000.00. NSF
   10. Garcia M. Security Workshop. Bethlehem PA, August 4-5th, 2005. $1,000.00
   11. Mario A. Garcia – NSF Quality Education for Minorities (QEM) Faculty Summer
       Appointment Award $11,000.00 June – August 2006
   12. Mario A. Garcia – Texas Research Development Fund – “Using Artificial Neural
       Networks and Statistics for the Creation of a Computer Network Intrusion Prevention
       Model” $8,000.00 September 2006 – August 2007.
   13. Ahmed Mahdy and Mario A. Garcia – Texas Research Development Fund – “Securing,
       Extending and Levering City WiFi Networks: The Pioneer Corpus Christi Case”
       $33,1500.00 September 2006 – August 2007.
   14. Mario A. Garcia – College Research Grant - $3,000.00 September 2006 – August 2007.
   15. Mario A Garcia – University of Maryland University College – Information Assurance
       Fellowship $30,000.00 (Postdoc on Information Assurance) July 2006 – December 2007
   16. Mini-grant award for
 participation in the Joint NASA/NSF Conference for
       Higher Education
 Principal Investigators, Faculty, and Partners, February
 22-
       24, 2007 at Chantilly, VA
   17. Mario A. Garcia. Enhancing Security in the Corpus Christi Wireless Network.
       $3,000.00 College Research Enhancement Program. April 20, 2007
   18. WISE Fellowship for the
 WISE 2007: Women Institute in Summer Enrichment
       program at the University
 of California, Berkeley. June 10- 16, 2007
   19. Ahmed Mahdy and Mario A. Garcia – Texas Research Development Fund –$34,900.00
       September 2007 – August 2008. On-The Move Secure Broadband Wireless Networks for
       Future Digital Battlefields.
   20. Department of Homeland Security Fellowship to attend the Summer Workshop On
       Teaching about Terrorism (SWOTT). Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, June 17-
       23, 2007.
   21. NSF SFS Information Assurance Workshop – Rochester Institute of Technology August 6
       – 17, 2007. $3,000.00
   22. Co-PI, “Computing Infrastructure for Research-Based Learning (CIRBL)”, National
       Science Foundation (NSF). PI: John Fernandez, Co-PIs: Mario Garcia, Dulal Kar, Scott
       King. (9/2007-8/2010) (NSF agreed to award $650,000.00)
   23. Liu S, Lijun Q, and Garcia M. “Scale Up the Cybersecurity Remote Education Access
       Toolkits (CREAT) for Ubiquitous Learning” NSF/SFS$590,255.00 ( $81.317,000 for
       TAMU-CC) (pending)
   24. Mason M. And Garcia M. Co-PI SFS Remote laboratory Deployment Partnership.
       $440, 995.00 ($15,000.00 for TAMU-CC) (pending)
   25. Garcia M. Use of Cell Phones to give Location Information to Blind People. Texas
       Research Development Fund. 09/01/2008 – 08/30/2009. $25,000.00

Not Funded
   1. Steidley C., Patterson-McNeill, and Danelly S. and Garcia M. NSF – CISE Research
       Infrastructure. 0086271 “Educational Innovation: Applied Computer Science for
       Undergraduates.” Declined. 04/25/2000 11/27/2000 $220,699.00 Anita J. LaSalle
   2. Steidley C., Garcia M., Kar D., Patterson-McNeill, and Danelly S. 0117250. NSF-CISE
       MII: “Extending and Strengthening the Pipeline in Computer Science” Declined
       02/13/2001 09/28/2001 $1,499,094.00
   3. Jeffress G., Lyle S., Kuntu-Mensah P., Garcia M., and Michaud P. EEC (Engineering
       Education). 0203530. “South Texas Remote Sensing - Combined Research and
       Curriculum Development. “ TX A&M U Corpus Christi. Declined. 10/31/2001
       06/03/2002. $499,888.00 Mary Poats
   4. Garcia M., and Fernandez J. NSF - DUE 0310909 “Robots in an Introductory
       Programming Course in Computer Science.” Declined 12/04/2002 03/25/2003
       $105,553.00
   5. Garcia M. NSF- Cyber Trust: “Signature-Based Network Intrusion Detection System
       Using JESS (SNIDJ)” Declined. 03/03/2004 08/26/2004 $363,752.00
   6. Garcia M., Dark M., Ghansa I., Shing C., Yuan Q., and Chen J. NSF – CCLI
       Collaborative Project: “Capacity Building in Cyber Forensics Curriculum Development in
       CS and IT” Declined. 12/15/2004 05/19/2005 $74,582.00 N/A
   7. Garcia M., Dark M., Ghansa I., Shing C., Yuan Q., and Chen J. NSF – CCLI
       “Collaborative Project Adaptation of a Computer Forensics Course” Declined.
       12/02/2004 04/13/2005 $95,302.00 N/A
   8. Garcia M., Dark M., Ghansa I., Shing C., Yuan Q., and Chen J. NSF – CCLI 0536086
       “Implementing Educational Innovations: Adaptation of a State of the Art Computer
       Forensics Course.” Declined 11/15/2005 05/17/2005 $50,025.00 N/A
   9. Garcia M., Dark M., Ghansa I., Shing C., Yuan Q., and Chen J. NSF – CCLI 0622720
       Collaborative Proposal: "Adaptation and Implementation of a Computer Forensics
       Course" Declined 02/10/2006 05/19/2006 $129,533.00
   10. Steidley C., Garcia M., Kar D., Nystrom J. and Danelly S.NSF-MII 0220521:
       “Extending and Strengthening the Pipeline in Computer Science.” Declined 09/13/2002
       02/12/2002 $1,493,081.00 Rita V. Rodriguez.
   11. Garcia M. The use of Cell Phones as a Shopping Assistant for Hispanic Blind People.
       $9,000.00 Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Research Grant. Not funded.
   12. King S, Leja S., Tedford P., Fernandez J., and Garcia M. 0739271 Broadening
       Participation in Computing. BPC-DP: “IMPACT: Increasing Minority Participation in
       Computing - Today! “ Declined 10/01/2007 06/04/2007 $473,217.00 Janice E. Cuny
   13. King S., Fernandez J., and Garcia M. 0739214: Broadening Participation in Computing.
       BPC-DP: “Strengthening Participation of Hispanic-American Researchers in Computing
       Sciences (HARCS).” Declined 11/30/2007 06/04/2007 $416,061.00 Janice E. Cuny
   14. King S., Fernandez J., and Garcia M. 0739271 Broadening Participation in Computing.
       BPC 0634386 BPC-DP: “IMPACT: Increasing Minority Participation in Computing -
       Today!” Declined 09/13/2006 05/17/2006 $561,782.00 Janice E. Cuny.
   15. Garcia M. Digital Data Integrity Assurance Using Computer Cookies. Texas Research
       Development Fund. 06/01/2008 – 08/30/2008. $10,300.00
   16. Garcia M. Digital Data Integrity Assurance Using Computer Cookies. Texas Research
       Development Fund. 06/01/2008 – 08/30/2008. $10,300.00

Journal Publications:
   1. Cantu-Ortiz, F., Garcia-Espinosa M. (1992). An Expert System for Diagnosing Problems
       in Boiler Operation. Expert Systems with Applications: An international Journal,
       Pergamon Press, 5(3-4), pp 323-336, 1992
   2. Garcia M. “Education in the Century XXI.” The Journal of Computing Science in Small
       Colleges. Volume 15, Number 3 April 2000. pp.16-24
   3. Garcia M, A. Gandhi, T. Singh,L. Duarte, R. Shen, M. Danthu, S. Ponder, and H.
       Ramirez. “ESDIABETES An Expert System in Diabetes.” The Journal of Computing in
       Small Colleges, South Central Conference. Amarillo, Texas. April 6-7, 2001. Vol. 16,
       Number 4. pp 166 - 175
   4. Starek M, Garcia M. and Tomer M. “An Expert System for Mineral Identification.” The
       Journal of Computing in Colleges. Volume 17, Number 5. April 2002 pp.193- 197
   5. Johnson M and Garcia M. “Implementation of Three Robotic Control Architectures for
       Robot Navigation." Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges South Central. Vol.
       18, Number 4. pp. 38 – 47 April 2003 Journal
   6. Dannelly S, Steidley C, Pelala S. and Garcia M. “Robots and Search Algorithms: Real-
       World Applications for Students.” Computer in Education Journal. Vol. XIV NO. 2 April
       – June 2004 Journal
   7. Fernandez J, Smith S, Kar D, and Garcia M. “Computer Forensics – A critical need in
       Computer Science Programs ” Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges South
       Central. Vol. , Number 4 pp. April 2005
   8. Garcia M. Cisneros R, and Bliss D. “Password Auditing Applications” The Journal of
       Computing Science in Colleges. 2006 pp. 196 - 201
   9. Fernandez J., Evans A., Camacho D., and Garcia M. “Software Engineering Industry
       Experience – The Key to Success” The Journal of Computing Science Colleges. 2006 pp.
       230 – 236.
   10. Hytnen R. and Garcia M., “An Analysis of Wireless Security.” The Journal of Computing
       Science in Colleges. 2006 pp. 210 - 216
   11. Phillip Ian Wilson P. I and Garcia M. “A Modified Version of the Vigenere Algorithm”
       IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security, VOL.6 No.2,
       February 2006
   12. Dark M., Morales L., Harter N., and Garcia M. “An Information Assurance Ethics
       Education Model.” The Journal of Computing Science Colleges. 2008 pp.
   13. Bachnak R., Chakinarapu R., Garcia M., and Kar. D. “A System for Video Conversion and
       Text Data Overlay.” WSEAS Transactions on Circuits and Systems. ISSN 1109-2734
       Issue 1, Volume 7, January 2008. Pp. 39-48
Publications (Peer-Reviewed)
   1. Fuentes F., Kar. D., and Garcia M. Biometrics and Vein Map authentication” E-Leader
       Krakow Conference. Krakow Poland - June 9-11, 2008.
   2. Weitekamp A, Kar, Garcia M, and Tintera G. “Synchronous Key Generation from
       Chaotic Systems” The 2008 International Conference on Security and Management
       (SAM‟ 08). Las Vegas NV. July 13- 18, 2008
   3. Krause K, and Garcia M. Introducing Shades of Gray into otherwise Black and White
       World: Study of Ethics in Information Assurance. Frontiers in Education. Racing Toward
       Innovation in Engineering Education. Saratoga Springs, New York. October 22-25, 2008
   4. Weitekamp A, Kar, Garcia M, and Tintera G. “Using Chaotic Systems and Elliptic Curves
       for Synchronous Key Generation. The 2008 International Conference on Security and
       Management (SAM'08: July 14-17, 2008)
   5. Garcia M, and Krause K. The Development of Video Based Educational Materials in
       Ethics For Information Assurance.” 6th ASEE Global Colloquium on Engineering
       Education. Istanbul Turkey. October 1 – 4, 2007.
   6. Garcia M, and Allawali F. Using Data Mining to Detect Intrusions in Computer
       Networks.” 6th ASEE Global Colloquium on Engineering Education. Istanbul Turkey.
       October 1 – 4, 2007.
   7. Bachnak R., Chakinarapu, R. Garcia M., and Kar D., Programming a Microcontroller for
       Data Capture and Display,” Proceedings of the 16th Int. Conf. on software Engineering
       and Data Engineering, SEDE-2007, PP. 276-281, July 9-11, 2007, Las Vegas, NV.
   8. Bachnak R. Chakinarapu R. Garcia M, Kar D, and Nguyen T. Real-Time Acquisition and
       Display of Data and Video. Accepted for presentation at the World Scientific and
       Engineering Academy and Society. Athens, Greece, August 24-26, 2007.
   9. Krause K. and Garcia M. "The Development of Video Based
 Educational Materials in
       Ethics for Graduate Information Assurance and
 Security 
 Curriculum" accepted for
       presentation and publication at the E-Leader 
 conference, Prague, June 11-13, 2007 pp.
       135.
   10. Krause K. and Garcia M. “Using Case Studies as an Approach to Teach Information
       Assurance Ethics.” 8th International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher
       Education and Training. July 10-13, 2007. Kumamoto, Japan.
   11. Allawali F. and Garcia M. Using Data Mining to Detect Intrusions in Computer Networks
       2007 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. Information Systems Division. June 24-
       27, 2007. Honolulu Hawaii.
   12. Krishnamoorthy R. and Garcia M. Active Change Auditing and Integrity Verification
       System Using MD5 Hashing. 2007 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition.
       Information Systems Division. June 24-27, 2007. Honolulu Hawaii.
   13. Devi U. K., and Garcia M. Ethical Hacking. Accepted for publication at the FIE 2007
       Frontiers in Education Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin October 10-13, 2007.
   14. Garcia M, Dirks M. and Weatherson M. “How to Defend Against Identity Theft,
       Phishing, and Web Spoofing” E-LEADER conference. Hong Kong, January 2 – 4, 2007
   15. Garcia M, Cisneros R, and Bliss D. “Password Auditing Tools.” 5th ASEE Global
       Colloquium on Engineering Education. Rio de Janeiro Brazil. October 9 – 12, 2006
16. Nerlimarla A. and Garcia M. “Biometric Authentication Tool for User Identification.” 5th
    ASEE Global Colloquium on Engineering Education. Rio de Janeiro Brazil. October 9 –
    12, 2006
17. Garcia M. and Durasaimy K. “SQL Injection Attacks and Prevention Techniques.” 5th
    ASEE Global Colloquium on Engineering Education. Rio de Janeiro Brazil. October 9 –
    12, 2006
18. Garcia M. How to Defend Against Identity Theft Attacks. 2006 Alaska Information
    Aassurance Workshop. September 5-6. Fairbanks, Alaska.
19. Mardan M. and Garcia M. "DDoS Attacks Flooding Networks All Over the World"
    Accepted for presentation at the The 10th World Multi-Conference on Systemics,
    Cybernetics and Informatics: WMSCI 2006. Orlando Fl, July 16-19 2006
20. Garcia M “Network Intrusion Detection and Prevention Using Eaglex & Nuzzler”
    Accepted for presentation at the The 10th World Multi-Conference on Systemics,
    Cybernetics and Informatics: WMSCI 2006. Orlando Fl, July 16-19 2006
21. Garcia M, and Agarwal S. “What to Teach in Computer Ethics” 7th International
    Conference on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training” Sydney
    Australia. July 10 – 13 2006
22. Garcia M, Cisneros R, and Bliss D. “Password Auditing Tools.” 2006 ASEE Annual
    Conference and Exposition. Information Systems Division. June 18-21, 2006. Chicago
    Illinois.
23. Nerlimarla A. and Garcia M. “Biometric Authentication Tool for User Identification.”
    2006 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. Information Systems Division. June 18-
    21, 2006. Chicago Illinois.
24. Garcia M. and Durasaimy K. “SQL Injection Attacks and Prevention Techniques.” 2006
    ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. Computers in Education Division. June 18-21,
    2006. Chicago Illinois.
25. Wilson I. P. and Garcia M. “Biometrics as a Cryptographic Key Generator” Hawaii
    International Conference on System Sciences. January 4 – 7, 2006.
26. Dark. M, Garcia M, Qing, Y, Ghansah I, .Chen J, Lee H, and Shing C. “Adaptation of a
    State of the Art Computer Forensics Course.” The 8th International Conference for Young
    Computer. Beijing University of Technology. Beijin China, September 20-22, 2005.
27. Garcia M, Gopal G., Dick J., Swaminathan P., Sunil K Rule-based intrusion detection
    system based on SNORT. Network / Computer Security Workshop. Bethlehem PA,
    August 4-5th., 2005.
28. Garcia M, Dark M, Yuan Q, Ghansah I, Chen J, Shing C, and Lee H. Adaptation of a
    Computer Forensics Course. 6th International Conference on Information Technology
    Based Higher Education and Training (ITHET 2005). July 7 – 9 2005. Dominican
    Republic.
29. Hwang E. and Garcia M. “An Image Fusion System” Accepted for presentation at the
    IASTED International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Applications (AIA 2005),
    February 14 - 16, 2005, Innsbruck, Austria.
30. Aijaz A. and Garcia M. “Applications of Artificial Intelligence to Intrusion Detection
    Internet and Multimedia Systems and Applications (EuroIMSA 2005) Grindelwald
    Switzerland. Paper 462-110 pp. 281- 286 February 21 – 23 2005.
31. Young L. and Garcia M. “Using Recursion to Exploit Buffer Overflow”. IADIS
    International Conference Applied Computing 2005. Algarave Portugal, February 22 – 25
    2005.
32. Tomar A. and Garcia M. “Organic Compounds Qualitative Analysis Expert System” 2005
    ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. Emerging Trends in Engineering Education
    Division. June 12-15, 2005. Portland Oregon
33. Balasubramanian A. Pundir H. Kankanala V. and Garcia M. “Enforcing Information
    Assurance Using Biometrics” 2005 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition .
    Computers in Education Division. June 12-15, 2005. Portland Oregon
34. Young L. and Garcia M Configuring Modular Hi-Rise Fan Coil Units Using CLIPS. 2005
    ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition . Computers in Education Division. June 12-15,
    2005. Portland Oregon
35. Pinnenti L., Kankanala V., Chada K. and Garcia M. “Disease Diagnostic Tool Fish Therp
    for Identification and Detection of Bacterial and Parasitic Pathogens in Fish Husbandry”
    2005 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. Ocean & Marine Engineering Division.
    June 12-15, 2005. Portland Oregon
36. Dark M, Yuan Q, Garcia M, Ghansah I, Chen J, Shing C. “Faculty-Curriculum
    Development: What Works and What Doesn‟t.” Secure IT 2005 Conference. San Diego,
    California. April 19 – 22, 2005.
37. Manson D, Corey S. Fernandez J, Blyzka J, Farkas R, Partwo P, Garcia M “Beyond
    Bootcamps: A model for ongoing curriculum development collaboration for faculty
    attending an Information Assurance Bootcamp.” Secure IT 2005 Conference. San Diego,
    California. April 19 – 22, 2005
38. Young L. Aubuchon M, and Garcia M. “Recursion and Buffer Overflow in C++
    Programming.” Proceedings of the Symposium on Computing at Minority Institutions.
    May 20 – 22, 2004 Orlando Florida. Pp 82 - 88
39. Garcia M, Gujjarlapudi R, and H,. Hatti “Organic Qualitative Expert System.” 2004
    American Society for Engineering Education ASEE„s 3rd annual International Meeting in
    Beijing, China, Tsinghua University,September 7-10. 2004
40. McCord L, McCord B, and Garcia M. “A Medical Expert System for Moderate Sedation.”
    Joint meeting of the International Conference on Education and Information Systems,
    Technologies and Applications (EISTA 2004) and the International Conference on
    Cybernetics and Information Technologies, Systems and Applications (CITSA 2004), to
    be held in Orlando, USA, on July 21-25, 2004.
41. Garcia M, Gujjarlapudi R, and H, “Organic Qualitative Expert System.” 2004 American
    Society for Engineering Education (ASEE 2004) Conference and Exposition Computers
    in Education Division. Salt Lake City, June 20 -23
42. Clements J, Shelton W, and Garcia M. “An Expert System for Pump Diagnosis” Frontiers
    in Education Conference (FIE 2004). Savannah Georgia, October 20 – 23
43. Steidley C, Dannelly S., Garcia M, and Pelala S, "Robots and Search Algorithm: Real-
    World Applications for Students. Proceedings of the 2003 American Society for
    Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition. Session 1320. Nashville
    Tennessee, June 22-25, 2003
44. Steidley C, Dannelly S., Garcia M, and Pelala S, "Robots and Search Methods:
    Abstraction Through Implementation", Proceedings of the American Society for
    Engineering Education Gulf- Southwest 2003 Conference, Session 3B, CD-ROM,
    Arlington, TX, March 2003.
45. Dannelly S., Steidley C., Garcia M., and Pelala S. "Physical World Applications of Search
    Algorithms for Students" Fourteenth Annual Consortium for Computing Sciences in
    Colleges South Central Conference. Jackson, MS. April 11 - 12, 2003 pp. 95 - 104
   46. Garcia M and Patterson-McNeill. "Learn How to Develop Software Using the Toy LEGO
       Mindstorms" 2002 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition Proceedings. Boston
       Massachusetts, November 6 - 9 2002. Session S4D. Paper 1644.pdf
   47. M. Johnson, Garcia M. Robot Navigation: "Determining the Shortest Path Using
       Enhanced Topological maps." Accepted for publication in the International
       Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation South American 2002 conference. Sao Paolo,
       Brazil, November 19-22
   48. M. Johnson, Garcia M. Autonomous Intelligent Robots." Accepted for publication in the
       International Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation South American 2002
       conference. Sao Paolo, Brazil, November 19-22
   49. Dannelly S, Steidley C, and Garcia M. "Integrating the use of Sensors in the Curriculum."
       Accepted for publication in the International Systems and Automation Symposium, April
       9-11 2002, Monterrey N.L. Mexico
   50. Mendieta C. and Garcia M. "Predicting Primary Water Levels using Backpropagation and
       General Regression Neural networks. 2002 American Society for Engineering Education
       (ASEE) Annual Conference and Exposition Proceedings. Session 1532. Paper # 137.
       Montreal Canada, June 16-19 2002.
   51. Starek M, Garcia M, Tomer M, Bhaskar K. " Minerals Identification using An Expert
       System." 2002 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference
       and Exposition Proceedings. Session 1532. Montreal Canada, June 16-19 2002.
   52. Garcia M and Patterson-McNeill. "Learning How to Develop Software Using the Toy
       LEGO Mindstorms" Accepted for publication in the 7th Annual conference on Innovation
       and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE) Denmark, June 24-26, 2002.
   53. Mendieta C. and Garcia M. "Comparison of Artificial Neural Networks Models for
       Predicting Tide Levels." Accepted for publication in the IASTED International
       Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Applications. Malaga Spain AIA 2002.
       September 9-12, 2002.
   54. Garcia M. “ Blackboard: A WEB-assisted and WEB-Based Instruction Software."
       Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Internet and Multimedia
       Systems and Applications. Honolulu Hawaii, August 13-16, 2001. pp. 35- 40.
   55. Garcia M, Steidley C. "Intelligent Diabetes Management." 2001 ASEE Annual
       Conference and Exposition Proceedings. Session 1520. Albuquerque New Mexico. June
       24-27, 2001
   56. Reyes E, Garcia M, Steidley C., "Using Genetic Algorithms in the Global Wiring of
       Integrated Circuits." Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Society for
       Engineering Education, CD-ROM Session 3520, Paper 5, June 2000.

Publications (Peer-Reviewed before 1999)
   1. Garcia M., Ellis, N., and Simmons D., "Intelligent Agents Applied to Software
       Management" International Symposium on Computer Science, November 11–13, 1998.
       pp. 63 – 69. Mexico D.F.
   2. Muniz E., Escamilla J., Garcia M., “Arquitectura Distribuida de Agentes Para enlace de
       Intereses” XX Congreso Internacional de Ingenieria Electronica. ELECTRO 98
       October 26–30, 1998. pp. 6–11. Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico
   3. Garcia, M., Ellis, N., and Simmons D., "A Knowledge Base System used to Predict
       Schedule, Cost, Effort, and Defects in a Software Development Process" 9th International
       Symposium on AI November 12-15 1996, Cancun, Mexico. pp. 306–314.
   4. Garcia, M., Ellis, N., and Simmons, D., "Intelligent Software Life Cycle Phase Predictor"
      8th International Symposium of AI. Monterrey, N.L., Mexico. October 1995, pp. 342 -
      347.
   5. Garcia, M., Ellis N., and Simmons D., " Intelligent Software Status Predictor"
      Fuzzy 95. November 7-9 1995, San Francisco Cal., pp. 15-1 - 15-8
   6. Garcia, M., and Cantu, F., "Trouble Shooting Expert System for the Combustion of Steam
      Generators" The World Congress of Expert Systems. Orlando Florida December 16-19,
      1991.
   7. Garcia, M. and Gonzalez, S., "Design of a Power Plant Control System"
      Proceedings of the IEEE Mexicon 81 Vol. III. Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
   8. Trevino, G., Madariaga A., and Garcia, M., "SECAL" Sistema Experto en Calderas
      VI Reunion Nacional de Inteligencia Artificial. Mexican Society of Artificial Intelligence
      Queretaro, Queretaro. Mexico. July 1989 pp. 463 – 470.

Publications Other
   1. Garcia Mario. “Computers Under Attack.” Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores
       de Monterrey. Monterrey N.L. Mexico, April 18, 2008.
   2. Arce E., Villegas G., and Garcia M. “Intrusion Detection Systems” Fourteen Annual
       Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts. April 16-18, 2008.
   3. Arce E., Villegas G., and Garcia M. How to select a PDA and a Wireless Card” Fourteen
       Annual Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts. April 16-18, 2008.
   4. Kothapally S, and Garcia M. Security Analysis in Steganography” Fourteen Annual
       Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts. April 16-18, 2008.
   5. Nalluri J, and Garcia M. “Attacks against Wireless Sensor Networks” Fourteen Annual
       Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts. April 16-18, 2008.
   6. Paladagu S, and Garcia M. “Forensics Analysis of Cellular Phones” Fourteen Annual
       Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts. April 16-18, 2008.
   7. Vangala R. K, and Garcia M. “ Security Faults in the Wireless Application Protocol”
       Fourteen Annual Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts. April 16-18, 2008.
   8. Dasari S, and Garcia M. “Bluetooth Vulnerabilities” Fourteen Annual Student Conference
       for Research and Creative Arts. April 16-18, 2008.
   9. Hayford A. O., and Garcia M. Wireless LAN Vulnerabilities” Fourteen Annual Student
       Conference for Research and Creative Arts. April 16-18, 2008.
   10. Duarte A. and Garcia M. “ The Breakdown of Malware” Graduate Scholarly Works
       Symposium. March 29, 2008.
   11. Sinclair A, and Garcia M. “Statistical-Based Intrusion Detection” Graduate Scholarly
       Works Symposium. March 29, 2008.
   12. Sunke B. and Garcia M. Wireless Security Vulnerabilities” Graduate Scholarly Works
       Symposium. March 29, 2008.
   13. Nalluri J. and Garcia M. “Public Key Cryptography” Graduate Scholarly Works
       Symposium. March 29, 2008.
   14. Dang, M.D, and Garcia M. “ Vulnerability Analysis in Operating Systems” Graduate
       Scholarly Works Symposium. March 29, 2008.
   15. Kanisetti R. and Garcia M. “ The Study of Vein Patterns for Biometric Security”
       Graduate Scholarly Works Symposium. March 29, 2008.
   16. Ponnala A., Shaik A., and Garcia M. Vulnerabilities in Virtual Machines” Graduate
       Scholarly Works Symposium. March 29, 2008.
17. William B, Mahady A, and Garcia M. “Free Space Optics(FSO) Topology, Architecture,
    Data Transmission, Routing, and Future Developments.” AAAS Swarm 82nd Annual
    Meeting and University of Houston Clear Lake 13th Annual Student Conference for
    Research and Creative Arts. Clear Lake Houston, April 18-22, 2007
18. Garcia M. Community Outreach. SSI Hub Open Standard Workshop. Clear Lake
    University, Houston TX, March 3 – 5, 2007
19. Garcia M. Security Courses ISE/SSIP Hub Workshop. Dallas Texas August 3 – 5, 2007
20. Yashwanth C, and Garcia M. “Game Systems Forensics.” AAAS Swarm 82nd Annual
    Meeting and University of Houston Clear Lake 13th Annual Student Conference for
    Research and Creative Arts. Clear Lake Houston, April 18-22, 2007
21. Garimella A. S. and Garcia M. “Overview and Analysis of Forensics Tools.” AAAS
    Swarm 82nd Annual Meeting and University of Houston Clear Lake 13th Annual Student
    Conference for Research and Creative Arts. Clear Lake Houston, April 18-22, 2007
22. Paladagu R. S. and Garcia M. “A study on Honeypoys.” AAAS Swarm 82nd Annual
    Meeting and University of Houston Clear Lake 13th Annual Student Conference for
    Research and Creative Arts. Clear Lake Houston, April 18-22, 2007
23. Vuppala K. and Garcia M. “Symbian Operating System for Mobile Devices.” AAAS
    Swarm 82nd Annual Meeting and University of Houston Clear Lake 13th Annual Student
    Conference for Research and Creative Arts. Clear Lake Houston, April 18-22, 2007
24. Dopierala R. and Garcia M. “Biometric Security.” Graduate Student Research
    Symposium. April 21, 2007, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
25. Ramana V. and Garcia M. “Buffer Overflow in C/C++ and Security Vulnerabilities.”
    Graduate Student Research Symposium. April 21, 2007, Texas A&M University-Corpus
    Christi.
26. Gurrala P. and Garcia M. “Data Mining and Security” Graduate Student Research
    Symposium. April 21, 2007, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
27. Smith S. and Garcia M. “Digital Forensics- New Developments in a Rapidly Evolving
    Field.” Graduate Student Research Symposium. April 21, 2007, Texas A&M University-
    Corpus Christi.
28. Gilford R. and Garcia M. “Security of the Stream Control Transmission Protocol STCP.”
    Graduate Student Research Symposium. April 21, 2007, Texas A&M University-Corpus
    Christi
29. Krishnappa H. and Garcia M. “Mobile E-commerce Security, Components and Design.”
    Graduate Student Research Symposium. April 21, 2007, Texas A&M University-Corpus
    Christi
30. McConnell N, Mahdy A., and Garcia M. Mobile WiMax. Graduate Student Research
    Symposium. April 21, 2007, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
31. Garcia M. Organic Qualitative Expert System “CSA Mechanical & Transportation
    Engineering Abstracts. 2007
32. Garcia M. “Password Cracking: A Dilemma Case Study in Computer Security.”
    University at Buffalo, Buffalo New York, May 25, 2006
33. Fonseca F. and Garcia M. “Computer Authentication using Biometrics” Twelfth Annual
    Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts. University of Houston-Clear Lake,
    Houston TX, April 19 - 20 2006.
34. DeLoera S and Garcia M. “Biometrics Fingerprint Attainment”. Twelfth Annual Student
    Conference for Research and Creative Arts. University of Houston-Clear Lake, Houston
    TX, April 19 - 20 2006.
35. Cao Steve and Garcia Mario. “An Introduction to Honeypots” Twelfth Annual Student
    Conference for Research and Creative Arts. University of Houston-Clear Lake, Houston
    TX, April 19 - 20 2006.
36. Krishnappa H.G. and Garcia M. “Biometrics Iris Recognition” Twelfth Annual Student
    Conference for Research and Creative Arts. University of Houston-Clear Lake, Houston
    TX, April 19 - 20 2006.
37. Chakinarapu R. and Garcia M. “Computer Forensics” Twelfth Annual Student
    Conference for Research and Creative Arts. University of Houston-Clear Lake, Houston
    TX, April 19 - 20 2006. Twelfth Annual Student Conference for Research and Creative
    Arts. University of Houston-Clear Lake, Houston TX, April 19 - 20 2006.
38. Reddiplalli V. K. and Garcia M. “Role of Artificial Neural Networks in Intrusion
    Detection”
39. O‟Brien T, and Garcia M. “Anti-Virus effectiveness.” Eleventh Annual Student
    Conference for Research and Creative Arts. University of Houston-Clear Lake, Houston
    TX, April 20 – 21 2005.
40. MacLeod A. and Garcia M. “Finding Vulnerabilities in Computers.” Eleventh Annual
    Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts. University of Houston-Clear Lake,
    Houston TX, April 20 – 21 2005.
41. Hytnen R. and Garcia M. “An Analysis of Wireless Security Fidelity.” Eleventh Annual
    Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts. University of Houston-Clear Lake,
    Houston TX, April 20 – 21 2005.
42. Landois L. and Garcia M. Use of Artificial Intelligence for Intrusion Detection. Eleventh
    Annual Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts. University of Houston-Clear
    Lake, Houston TX, April 20 – 21 2005.
43. Gilford R. and Garcia M. “What to Know When Protecting Computer Networks.”
    Eleventh Annual Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts. University of
    Houston-Clear Lake, Houston TX, April 20 – 21 2005.
44. Balasubramanian A. Pundir H. Kankanala V. and Garcia M. “Enforcing Information
    Assurance Using Biometrics” The Texas A&M University System 2nd Annual TAMUS
    Pathways Student Research Symposium. October 14 – 15 2004
45. Duraisamy K., Allawali F., and Garcia M. “An Expert System for Corn Disease
    Identification” The Texas A&M University System 2nd Annual TAMUS Pathways
    Student Research Symposium. October 14 – 15 2004
46. Allawali F. and Garcia M. “Computer Intrusion Detection Using Data Mining” The Texas
    A&M University System 2nd Annual TAMUS Pathways Student Research Symposium.
    October 14 – 15 2004
47. Durbha K. and Garcia M. “Threats and Facility Requirements in Physical Security” The
    Texas A&M University System 2nd Annual TAMUS Pathways Student Research
    Symposium. October 14 – 15 2004
48. Shroff N., and Garcia M. “Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Protocol; The Undisputed
    Heavyweight Champion for web Site Authentication and Encryption of Transactional
    data” The Texas A&M University System 2nd Annual TAMUS Pathways Student
    Research Symposium. October 14 – 15 2004
49. Hakl A. and Garcia M. “Implementation of two Algorithms to Compare Public and
    Private Key Cryptography.” Tenth Annual Conference for Research & Creative Arts.
    University of Houston-Clear Lake. April 23-24, 2004
   50. Aijaz A. and Garcia M. “Signature-based Network Intrusion Detection System Using
       JESS (SNIDJ.” Tenth Annual Conference for Research & Creative Arts. University of
       Houston-Clear Lake. April 23-24, 2004
   51. Strickland J., Fuqua S.and Garcia M. “Social Engineering in the University Setting Third
       Undergraduate Research Symposium. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. November
       8, 2003.
   52. Hakl A. and Garcia M. “Public vs. Private Key Cryptography.” Third Undergraduate
       Research Symposium. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. November 8, 2003.
   53. Ross1, A. Trevino F. and Garcia M. “Computer Viruses, Worms, and Trojan Horses.”
       Third Undergraduate Research Symposium. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
       November 8, 2003.
   54. Peña M. and Garcia M. “Hacking Tools: Friend or Foe?” Third Undergraduate Research
       Symposium. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. November 8, 2003.
   55. AuBuchon M. and Garcia M. Program Coding Vulnerabilities: The Buffer Overflow.
       Third Undergraduate Research Symposium. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
       November 8, 2003.
   56. Liza M. and Garcia M. “Iris Recognition: Society and it‟s Anxiety” Third Undergraduate
       Research Symposium. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. November 8, 2003.
   57. Krishna B, Vangala K, and Garcia M, CORN-EX: An Expert System for Corn Insect
       Damage Diagnosis . Ninth Annual Conference for Research & Creative Arts University of
       Houston-Clear Lake. April 23-24, 2003
   58. Desiraju R, Jana K, and Garcia M, An Expert System For Inorganic Elements
       Ninth Annual Conference for Research & Creative Arts. University of Houston-Clear
       Lake. April 23-24, 2003
   59. Shih-kai H. and Garcia M. An Expert System For PRECAST and PRESTRESS
       CONCRETE. Ninth Annual Conference for Research & Creative Arts. University of
       Houston-Clear Lake. April 23-24, 2003
   60. Laurel C., Fuentes F, J. Johnson J., and Garcia M "Efficiencies of LEGO Mindstorms
       Programming Languages" 2003 National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR
       2003). UTAH. March 2003.
   61. Laurel C, Fuentes F., and Garcia M. "Fundamental Computer Programming with LEGO
       Mindstorms." Undergraduate Research Symposium. Texas A&M University-Corpus
       Christi. November 2, 2002.
   62. Daggula K. R. and Garcia M. "Disease Diagnostic Identification and Recommendations
       for the Shrimp Industry." Undergraduate Research Symposium. Texas A&M University-
       Corpus Christi. November 2, 2002.

Publications Other (Before 1999)
   1. Garcia, M., Ellis, N., Kuo, W., and Simmons, D., “Software Engineering Class Analysis”
       Report Number: CSL-TR-28-95. Software Process Improvement Laboratory, Texas A&M
       University, January 26, 1995.
   2. Garcia, M., Ellis, N., Kuo, W., and Simmons, D., “Measurement Ranges”, Working
       Paper. Software Process Improvement Laboratory, Texas A&M University,
       November 30 1996.
   3. Garcia, M., Ellis, N., Kuo, W., and Simmons, D., “Software Engineering Class Analysis”
       Working Paper. Software Process Improvement Laboratory, Texas A&M University,
       December 20, 1996.
   4. Garcia, M., "Software Management" Technical Report, 1995, Cognitive Systems
      Laboratory. Texas A&M University.
   5. Garcia, M., "Estimating Software Size" Technical Report, 1995, Cognitive Systems
      Laboratory. Texas A&M University.
   6. Garcia, M., "Improving Software Reliability Using Software Metrics" Technical Report,
      1995, Cognitive Systems Laboratory. Texas A&M University.
   7. Garcia, M., "How to implement a Metrics Program" Technical Report, 1995, Cognitive
      Systems Laboratory, Texas A&M University.
   8. Goodman, S., Garcia, M., and Ellis, N., "Intelligent Assistants/Associates Overview.
   9. Technical report, 1995.Cognitive Systems Laboratory. Texas A&M University.

Presentations (invited talks)
   1. Simposium Internacional de Sistemas Computacionales. Instituto Tecnologico de Saltillo,
      Saltillo Coahuila Mexico. Octubre 1998
   2. II Jornadas Academicas. Conferencista magistral. Instituto Tecnologico de Lerdo. Cd.
      Lerdo Durango, Mexico April 1998
   3. Simposium Internacional de Sistemas Computacionales. Instituto Tecnologico de Saltillo,
      Saltillo Coahuila Mexico. Octubre 2001
   4. Computers Under Attack. Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey.
      Monterrey Mex, April 14, 2008.

Paper Reviewer:
   1. Technical paper reviewer for the Consortium for Computing in Small College: Eleventh
       Annual South Central Conference. 2000
   2. Technical paper reviewer for the Consortium for Computing in Small College: Twelfth
       Annual South Central Conference. 2001
   3. Technical paper reviewer for the Consortium for Computing in Small College: Twelfth
       Annual North East Conference. 2001
   4. Technical paper reviewer for the Consortium for Computing in Small College: Thirteen
       Annual South Central Conference. 2002
   5. Technical paper reviewer for the Consortium for Computing in Small College: Fourteen
       Annual South Central Conference. 2003
   6. Technical paper reviewer for the IASTED Applied Informatics 2002
   7. Technical paper reviewer for ITiCSE 2002
   8. Technical paper reviewer for ASEE 2002
   9. Technical paper reviewer for FIE 2002
   10. Technical paper reviewer for the IASTED Applied Informatics 2003
   11. Technical paper reviewer for the IASTED Applied Informatics 2004
   12. Technical paper reviewer for Circuits, Signals, and Systems (CSS 2004)
   13. Technical paper reviewer ITiCSE 2005
   14. Communications of the ACM, 2005
   15. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences Author Services, 2005
   16. IASTED Advances in Computer Science and Technology ACST 2006
   17. Technical paper reviewer for the Consortium for Computing in Small College: Seventeen
       Annual South Central Conference. 2006
   18. ASEE 2006
   19. SIGCSE 2006.
   20. Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science HICSS-40

Grant Proposals Reviewer:
   1. Review NSF ITR proposals. San Francisco Cal. May 2000.
   2. Review of Panel Proposals submitted to the National Science Foundation Division of
       Undergraduate Education. Washington DC July 2000.
   3. Review Proposals submitted to the National Science Foundation Course, Curriculum, and
       Laboratory Improvement Program. Washington DC July 20 2001.
   4. Review Proposals submitted to the National Science Foundation Course, Curriculum, and
       Laboratory Improvement Program. Washington DC July 20 2002.
   5. Review Proposals submitted to the National Science Foundation Adaptation and
       Implementation Program. Washington DC. January 2003.
   6. Review Proposals submitted to the National Science Foundation Course, Curriculum, and
       Laboratory Improvement Program. Washington DC July 20 2003.
   7. Review Proposals submitted to the National Science Foundation Cyber Trust Program.
       Washington DC, June 2004.
   8. NSF 2005 Graduate Research Fellowship Program. Washington DC, February 2005.
   9. NSF CCLI Phase II and III Washington DC, March 2006
   10. Graduate Research Fellowship Evaluation. Washington DC. February 2007
   11. Ethics and values in Science, Engineering and technology Washington DC. May 2007
   12. Minority Serving Institutions – Department of Homeland Security. Washington DC.
       September 2007.
   13. Graduate Research Fellowship Evaluation. Washington DC. February 2008
   14. Ethics and values in Science, Engineering and technology Washington DC. May 2008

Book Reviewer
   1. Review of an outline for a prospective CS2 text. Scott/Jones Publishing May 8, 2000
   2. Review three chapters on Patterns Based Software engineering. Scott/Jones Publishing
      February 26, 2001.
   3. Review of a chapter for a CS2 text using Java entitled "The List Abstract Data Type."
      Scott/Jones Publishing March 12, 2001
   4. Review two chapters for a CS2 text using Java, entitled "Introduction: What We Will
      Study and Why" and "Fundamental Data Structures". Scott/Jones Publishing August 16,
      2001
   5. Review of a distance education site for the book "Starting out with C++. Tony Gaddis.
      Scott Jones. October 18, 2001
   6. Review two chapters from a CS-2 with Java entitled "A Basic Collection Class and the
      List Abstract data Type" Scott/Jones. January 2002.
   7. Review 12 Chapters for the book: Computational Intelligence.: Theory and
      Implementation. Morgan Kaufman Publishers. October 2001 - February 2002

Editorship
   1. Garcia, M., and Cantu, F., SEMAT, An Expert System for Diagnosing problems in Tooth
       Paste Tube Machines. Operational Expert Systems in Mexico. F. Cantu. Pergamon Press,
       1991, pp. 74 – 85.
   2. Garcia, M., and Cantu, F., SECAL, An Expert System for Diagnosing Problems in Boiler
      Operation. Operational Expert Systems in Mexico. Cantu, F., Pergamon Press, 1991, pp.
      7- 26
   3. Instructor materials for the book: Computer Forensics: Incident Response Essentials.
      Warren G. Kruse and Jay Heiser. Addison Wesley.

Professional Service
   1. Member of the TRUST Identity Theft group (Stanford, Berkeley, Cornell, Vanderville)
   2. Graduate Research Fellowship Evaluation. Washington DC. February 2005
   3. Member of the IASTED Technical Committee on "Artificial Intelligence and Expert
       Systems" 2001-2004
   4. Member of the IEEE
   5. Paper session chair. Frontiers in Education 2004. Savannah Georgia, October 20 – 23
   6. Paper session chair. Copyright, Watermarking, and Security. IASTED International
       Conference on Internet and Multimedia Systems and Applications. February 21 – 23,
       2005
   7. Planning committee for the ASEE Gulf Southwest Conference 2005, Corpus Christi TX,
   8. Co-chair: 1st Symposium on Information Assurance. Texas A&M University-Corpus
       Christi. Corpus Christi TX, January 29 2005
   9. Chair: 2nd Symposium on Information Assurance. Texas A&M University-Corpus
       Christi. Corpus Christi TX, January 28 2006
   10. Board of directors of the Shared Software Infrastructure SSI – Hub project. Texas A&M –
       IBM. 2006.
   11. Chair of the Outreach committee of the SSI Hub.
   12. Member of the IEEE Computer Society Taylor Booth Education Award 2005, 2006
   13. Chair of the session: “Community Outreach” Shared Software Infrastructure SSI-Hub.
       Clear Lake University. March 3 – 6, 2006.
   14. Board of Directors of the Software Engineers Association 2007
   15. IASTED International Program Committee Member (IPC) “Internet and Multimedia
       Systems and Applications (IMSA 2008)
   16. IASTED International Program Committee Member on Wireless and Optical
       Communications (WOC) 2007)

University - Service
   1. Faculty Senate 2002 – 2006
   2. Senate Faculty Affairs Committee 2002 – 2006
   3. Senate Faculty Budget Committee 2004 – 2006
   4. Senate Faculty Affairs Committee Chair2005 – 2006
   5. Senate Executive Committee 2005 - 2006
   6. University Sports Committee – 2000 – 2006
   7. International Education Scholarship Committee member – 2006 – 2007
   8. WEB Courseware Research Committee 2003

College Service
   9. Faculty Senate 2002 – 2006
   10. College Tenure Committee – 2006 – 2007
Department Service
   11. Computing Sciences Tenure Committee Chair – August 2007 – July 2008
   12. Computing Sciences Graduate Studies Committee Chair - August 2007 – July 2008
   13. Computing Sciences Chair Search Committee member 2007
   14. ABET committee member – 2005 – 2007
   15. Department Tenure Committee – 2006 – 2007
   16. Department Mid-term Review Committee 2006 - 2007
   17. Computing Sciences Security Policy Committee member – 2006 – 2007
   18. Computing Sciences Network Security research group – 2006 – 2007
   19. Computing Sciences Software Engineering Research group – 2006 – 2007
   20. Computing Sciences BAAS program review 2007
   21. Engineering Faculty Search Committee – 2006
   22. Computer Science Network Administrator Search Committee 2005
   23. Computer Science Graduate Program Review 2005