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September 10, 2014:
CSE Students publish article in Journal of Parallel and Cloud Computing
Nitin Sushija and Srishti Srivastava are, respectively, the author and co-author of the following article that has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Parallel and Cloud Computing.
A Learning-based Selection for Portfolio Scheduling of Scientific Applications on Heterogeneous Computing Systems by Nitin Sukhija, Brandon Malone, Srishti Srivastava, Ioana Banicescu, and Florina M. Ciorba
Nitin Sukhija and Srishti Srivastava are PhD candidates in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering Brandon Malone is an MSU PhD graduate and currently is a Postdoctoral Associate at the University of Helsinki Ioana Banicescu is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Florina Ciorba is a Postdoctoral Associate at the Dresden University of Technology, Germany
September 3, 2014:
CSE Paper Accepted in Journal of Cyber Security and Mobility
The following paper has been accepted for publication in a special issue of the Journal of Cyber Security and Mobility.
Miller, C., D. Glendowne, D. Dampier, and K. Blaylock, “Forensicloud: An Architecture for Digital Forensics Analysis in the Cloud,” Accepted for Publication in Journal of Cyber Security and Mobility, September 2014.
Dave Dampier is a Professor in Computer Science and Engineering and director of the Distributed Analytics and Security Institute (DASI). Cody Miller is a Research Associate at DASI, Dae Glendowne is an Assistant Research Professor at DASI and Kendall Blaylock is a Research Associate in the Forensics Training Center.
September 3, 2014:
CSE Paper Published at 22nd IEEE RE Conference
The paper entitled "Automated Support for Combinational Creativity in Requirements Engineering", recently published and presented at the 22nd IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), has been invited for publication as a journal article in the Requirements Engineering Journal (REJ).
The paper is co-authored by Tanmay Bhowmik, PhD candidate in CSE, Dr. Nan Niu, Dr. Anas Mahmoud, and Dr. Juha Savolainen. Dr. Niu is a former CSE faculty member currently at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Anas Mahmoud is a recent PhD graduate from MSU who is now on the faculty at LSU. Dr. Savolainen is the Software Director at Danfoss Power Electronics A/S, Denmark.