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The intellectual power and creative vitality of the College of Arts and Sciences reside in our faculty. While students lie at the center of the College’s attention, the work of the College’s faculty makes possible the distinctive education in the liberal arts and sciences that our graduates attain. All of the College’s achievements and aspirations spring in some way from faculty members’ creativity, talent, and dedication in scholarship, teaching, and professional service. Recent faculty research and scholarship projects are listed below.
Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research
Zargham, M. (Principal), Pair, D. L. (Co-Principal), Yao, Z. (Co-Principal). "Inquiry-Based Computer Science Curriculum for STEM Student Success Program." Sponsored by Association of American Colleges and Universities, $300,000. (July 2014 - July 2017).
Shen, J. (Principal). "University of Dayton Startup Fund." Sponsored by University of Dayton, $33,000. (August 16, 2014 - March 1, 2015).
Invited Lecture or Address
Artigas, D., Sritharan, R. "On the contour of chordal bipartite graphs." 17th SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Minneapolis, MN. (June 18, 2014).
Shen, J. "Face Swapping: Automatic Face Replacement in Photographs." Computer Vision Seminar, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. (April 24, 2014).
Buckley, J. P. "Using Cycles to Detect Strengths and Weaknesses in the Software Development Lifecycle." International Conference, WMIC 2014, Orlando, FL. (July 15, 2014).
Yao, Z. "On the Tradeoff between Resilience and Degree Overload in Dynamic P2P Graphs." The IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing (IEEE P2P 2014), London, England. (September 10, 2014).
Zargham, M. “KumuCloud: A Cyber Learning Tool.” The 2014 International Conference on E-learning, E-business, Enterprise Information Systems, & E-government. Las Vegas, NV. (July 20, 2014).
Published Intellectual Contributions
Calvo, A. A., Perugini, S. (2014). Pointing Devices for Wearable Computers. Advances in Human-Computer Interaction, pp. 1-19.
Shen, J., Ti, C., Raghunathan, A., Cheung, S.-c. S., Patel, R. (2014). Automatic video self modeling for voice disorder. Multimedia Tools and Applications, pp. 1-23.
Shen, J., Yang, J., Taha-abusneineh, S., Payne, B., Hitz, M. (2014). Structure Preserving Large Imagery Reconstruction. Special Issue of Journal of Cyber Security and Mobility on Big Data Theory and Practice, 3(3), pp. 1-17.
Yao, Z., Cline, D. B.H., Wang, X., Loguinov, D., (2014) Unifying Models of Churn and Resilience for Unstructured P2P Graphs. IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 25(9), pp. 2475–2485.
Buckley, J. P. (2014), Using Cycles to Detect Strengths and Weaknesses in the Software Development Lifecycle (vol. 1, pp. 119-123). Orlando, FL: WMSCI 2014.
Shen, J., Xu, W., Luo, Y., Su, P., Cheung, S.-c. S. (2014), Extrinsic calibration for wide-baseline RGB-D camera network (pp. 1-6). Jakarta: IEEE International Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing (MMSP).
Yang, J., Wang, Y., Wang, H., Hua, K., Wang, W., Shen, J. (2014), Automatic Objects Removal for Scene Completion (pp. 553-558). Toronto: IEEE INFOCOM Workshop on Security and Privacy in Big Data.
Yao, Z., Cline, D. B.H., Loguinov, D., (2014), On the Tradeoff between Resilience and Degree Overload in Dynamic P2P Graphs (pp. 1-10). London, England: IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing (P2P).
Zargham, M., Sayeh, M. R. (2014), KumuCloud: A Cyber Learning Tool (pp. 30-35). Las Vegas, NV: Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on E-learning, E-business, Enterprise Information Systems, & E-government.