Office: Science Building III, Room 319
Summer 2015 Schedule: Please email me for an appointment during the summer.
Current and past courses I have taught can be found in the Teaching section.
The Research section contains my research interests, projects, publications
and curriculum vitae (CV). Documentation useful for students, links to the CSUB
library databases, and links to various computer related organizations are
in the Links section. My mailing address and email address can be found in
the Contact section.
If you are having any issues with the graphical desktop on Linux, press
CTRL+ALT+F1 to drop down to the text-based console where you can log in to the
'student' account with a single terminal session. To go back to the graphical
desktop, press CTRL+ALT+F7 (but don't forget to log out of Sleipnir and the
'student' account in the text console first).
Information Security (IS) & Global Intelligence and National Security (GINS)
Computer Science students wanting to know more about the Information Security
concentration and GINS students wanting to know more about how to incorporate
technology skills into their GINS coursework can click on the IS/GINS link in
the menu to the left.
Social Networking Note
I will accept requests to connect on LinkedIn from students in the CEE/CS
department. However, to maintain propriety, I will not send requests to
connect to students. It might take me a few days to a week to respond to
connection requests on LinkedIn.
I do not have a Facebook or Google+ account, so
any requests claiming to come from me from those sources should be treated
as a spam or phishing attempt.
NSF SFS Dissemination Workshop
This workshop is primarily for K-12 teachers and university instructors who
are interested in the materials developed for the two cybersecurity REVS-UP
sections at CSUB. The workshop agenda and materials can be found at
A poster template with the appropriate size and 3 column format:
The background image file (if you want to modify it):
PowerPoint is strongly recommended. Save to PDF for final printing.
Size: 48 inches wide by 36 inches high
Background: Light-colored, non-busy PowerPoint templates are fine. Stay
away from dark colored or busy backgrounds to save ink and keep it readable.
Font: Choose large font sizes.
Images: Use high resolution/high pixel count images. Check the final printing
PDF by increasing the zoom level to 150% and looking for pixelation.
Logos: Required logos are
(choose one of the 4-color logos with shading that works for your poster).
An optional logo is
NSF Disclaimer: The poster must also contain the following NSF disclaimer
(copy and paste verbatim):
Partial support for this work was provided by the National Science
Foundation's Federal Cyber Service: Scholarship for Service (SFS) program
under Award No. 1241636.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or
recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do
not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
REVS-UP Post Survey Link
The REVS-UP post survey is the same as the pre-survey, but is needed for
comparison purposes to the pre-survey. Please complete the survey. The link is
Sleipnir Connection Guide
Computer Science Department
Department Moodle Site
CS Department Downloads
- Microsoft Academic Alliance information, Putty download link, and more
CSUB main website
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