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George Mason University

Volgenau School of Information Technology & Engineering (VSITE)

Larry Kerschberg

Professor and Co-Director of HIT, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University, 1969
Interests: Intelligent Search, E-Business, Agent-Based Systems, the Semantic Web

Daniel Menascé

Professor, Ph.D., UCLA, 1978, ACM Fellow, Member IFIP WG 7.3
Interests: Autonomic Computing, E-commerce, Scalability and Reliability of Web Services and E-commerce Sites, Analytic Performance Modeling, Software Performance Engineering, Distributed Systems

Alexander Brodsky

Associate Professor, Ph.D., Hebrew University, 1991
Interests: Decision Guidance Systems and Adaptive Enterprise Optimization; Constraints in Databases, Constraint Databases and Programming; Constraints, Inference Channels, and Information Sharing in Secure Information Systems

Hassan Gomaa

Professor and Chair, Ph.D., Imperial College, London University, 1976
Interests: Software Engineering, Real-Time and Distributed Software Design, Software Product Line Architectures, Software Performance Engineering, Software Agents

Dan Carr

Professor, Ph.D., Statistics, University of Wisconsin, 1976
Interests: Statistical graphics, Knowledge visualization, Data exploration, Analysis of massive data sets

Amarda Shehu

Assistant Professor, Rice University, 2008
Interests: Computational Structural Biology, Structural Bionformatics, Computational Biophysics, Protein Structure Prediction, Molecular Motion Computation, Molecular Design, Multiscale Modeling, Robotics-inspired Sampling Algorithms, Computational Geometry, Distributed Computing, Artificial Intelligence

Sam Malek

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Southern California, 2007
Interests: Architecture-based Software Development and Deployment, Embedded and Distributed Systems, Middleware Solutions, Quality of Service Analysis

Joao Sousa

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University, 2005
Interests: Software Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, Self-aware/adaptive Systems and Human Factors for Ubiquitous computing

Huzefa Rangwala

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, 2008
Interests: Structural Bioinformatics, Chemoinformatics, Genomics, Data Mining, High Performance Computing

Siddartha Sikdar

Siddhartha Sikdar joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at George Mason University as an Assistant Professor in Spring 2008. He is also a PI at the Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study and a guest researcher with the Rehabilitation Medicine Department at the NIH Clinical Center. His research interests are in translational research involving novel applications of ultrasound imaging. He has worked on new ultrasound signal and image processing methods and imaging systems for studying cardiovascular physiology and disease. He received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington, Seattle, in 2005. From 2005-2007, he was a Senior Fellow in Bioengineering at the University of Washington and was the recipient of a postdoctoral fellowship award from the American Heart Association.
Interests: Biomedical signal and image processing, Medical imaging systems and instrumentation, Novel clinical applications of diagnostic ultrasound, Musculoskeletal imaging, Cardiovascular dynamics, Integrative physiological modeling, Office-based and point-of-care imaging


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