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COMPLETED DOCTORAL STUDENTS

  • A. A. De La Rosa Algarin, “An RBAC, LBAC and DAC Security Framework for Tree-Structured Documents,” successful dissertation defense, final thesis submitted, expected August 2014.

    R. R. Kanth Saripalle, “A Software Engineering Approach to Ontology Modeling, Design, and Development with Lifecycle Process,” August 2013.  Dr. Knath Saripalle has a data analyst position at NetVision Resources, Inc., and is working in a NIST project on Electronic Health Record data preservation and interoperability.

  • S. Berhe, "A Framework for Secure, Obligated,Coordinated and Dynamic Collaboration that Extends NIST RBAC," August 2011.  Dr. Berhe is a post-doc in the Biomedical Informatics Department at Columbia Univesrity Medical School.
  • J. Pavlich-Mariscal. “A Framework of Composable Security Features: Preserving Separation of Security Concerns from Models to Code,” December 2008  (co-advised by L. Michel).  Dr.Pavlich-Mariscal is an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.
  • T. Doan, “A Framework for Software Security in UML with Assurance,” August 2008 (co-advised with T.C. Ting).  Dr. Doan is a researcher at Northside, Inc., which conducts researc natural language processing and applies said artificial intelligence to computer gaming.
  • C. Phillips, "Security Assurance for a Resource-Based RBAC/DAC/MAC Security Model Architectural," May 2004. Dr. Phillips is currently the Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Army Reserve Command at Fort McPherson, GA.  Previously, he was  an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at the US Military Academy at West Point.
  • C. Bastarrica, "Architectural Specification and Optimal Deployment of Distributed Systems", Aug. 2000. Dr. Bastarrica is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.
  • M. Price, "Object-Oriented Design Methodology To Facilitate Reuse", May 1998. Dr. Price is a software engineer at Electric Boat, Groton CT, since Dec. 2000. Previously, Dr. Price was a senior software engineer at Raytheon in Newport, RI, since July 1998.
    K. El Guemhioui, "Information Engineering of Parallel and Distributed Systems Using an Object-Oriented Design Model", May 1997. Dr. El Guemhioui is currently a full professor in the  Department of Data Processing and Engineering at the at the University of Quebec in Outaouais.
  • D. Needham, "Object-Oriented Propagation Modeling to Support CAD/CAM and Software Engineering", May 1997. Dr. Needham is a tenured associate professor in the Computer Science Department of the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD.
  • H. Ellis, "An Information Engineering Approach to Object-Oriented Design and Analyses", May 1994. Dr. Ellis is an associate professor in the Computer Science Department at Rensselaer at Hartford (since September 1994).
  • M.-Y. Hu, "Definition, Analyses, and Enforcement of User-Role Based Security in an Object-Oriented Design Model", May 1993. Dr. Hu has a position as a senior consultant at Broadvision, Inc. (since April 1999). Previously, she had a position at IBM Corporation, White Plains, New York (since June 1993).