|Current and Former Grad Students @ Travis' PhD Defense - February 2, 2009: Sina Bahram, Gurleen Kaur (MS '09), Qingfeng He (PhD '05), Jeremy Maxwell (PhD '12), Paul Otto (PhD'12), Annie Antón (PhD '97), Travis Breaux (PhD '09), Aaron Massey (PhD '12), Thomas Alspaugh (PhD '02) -- not pictured: Jessica Young (PhD '12)
||NC State Current & Former RE PhD Students at RE'09 in Barcelona: Travis Breaux (PhD '09), Aaron Massey (PhD '12), Dright Ho (L. Williams' student, PhD '09), Annie Antón (PhD '97), Thomas Alspaugh (PhD '02).
Ramya is a first year PhD student. She passed her PhD qualifying exam in April 2011 and is developing an access control usage model for legally compliant access control rules. Ramya earned her Bachelor of Engineering degree from the Coimbatore Institute of Technology(CIT).
Jeremy is a second PhD student. He recived his MS in computer science at NCSU in 2009. Jeremy was the staff assistant to the 2008 NCSU Public Policy Task Force is currently a Security Test Architect at AllscriptsMysis Healthcare Solutions. He received his BS in Computer Science from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2007.
Paul is a fifth year J.D./Ph.D. student. He received a J.D. from Duke Law School in May 2009. He received his BS in Computer Engineering from the University of Virginia in 2004 and his MS in Computer Science from NCSU in 2007. He is interested in privacy and security, is a member of ThePrivacyPlace.org research group. Paul is currently a law clerk with Chief Justice Durham of the Utah Supreme Court. Paul is a recipient of the 2008 Google Policy Fellowship and worked at the Center for Democracy & Technology in Washington, DC this past summer.
Jessica is a third year Ph.D. student. She received her Bachelor of Science degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from Roanoke College in 2007. She is a former teaching assistant for Dr. Antón's graduate level software engineering course and is now funded on an grant from an NSA subcontractor, focusing on commitments in policies and regulations that must be satisfied in software..
FORMER PHD STUDENTS
|Travis Breaux (Ph.D. 2009)
Travis is an Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon University. His dissertation focused on how to analyze regulations to specify legally compliant requirements for information systems.
||Jim Yuill (Ph.D. 2006)
Jim is currently self-employed. He was co-advised by Dr. Mladen Vouk. Jim's dissertation research focused on security; he is applying military theory to incident response. Specifically, he addressed the problem of locating compromised devices after an intrusion is detected.
|Qingfeng (Frank) He (Ph.D. 2005)
Qingfeng is a researcher at ABB Corporate Research in Raleigh, NC. His dissertation focused on the application of requirements engineering techniques to specify access control policies.
||Thomas A. Alspaugh (Ph.D. 2002)
Thomas is an Assistant Professor at the University of California, Irvine. His dissertation focused on scenario management strategies to support requirements engineering activities.
FORMER MS STUDENTS
Ryan A. Carter
Ryan successfully defended his M.S. thesis in April of 2001. His thesis work, funded by ABB, focused on evolutionary prototyping process models. After two semesters as the teaching assistant for CSC 310 (Software Engineering), he served as the course instructor during the summer of 2000. Ryan graduated in June of 2001; he accepted a position at IBM in Research Triangle Park.
John H. Dempster
John successfully defended his M.S. thesis in May of 2000. He develop conflict resolution techniques for the Goal-Based Requirements Analysis Method. He accepted a position at Bridgepoint Software.
Gurleen graduated with her MS in May of 2009. She has a B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering in 2004 from National Institute of Technology in Jalandhar, India and received an M.S. in Software Engineering from Thapar University in Patiala, India in 2006.
William received his BS in Business Management from NCSU in 2001 and his MS in CS in 2004. He was a founding member of ThePrivacyPlace.org research group.
Hema is a Ph.D. candidate at NCSU, working with Dr. Laurie Williams. For her M.S. thesis she developed a software process model, called ADAPT. Her work was funded by the NCSU E-Commerce Learning Center.
FORMER RESEARCH SCIENTIST
Laurie is currently a Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon University where she is funded as an NSF Ph.D. Fellow. In 2006, whe completed her interdisciplinary computer science at Mills College in California. She received her BA in sociology from the University of California, Berkeley in 2001. As a membr of ThePrivacyPlace.org, her research focuses on digital identies, education, and regulatory compliance. She was funded on two NSF ITR grants while at NCSU as well as by the CRA DMP program.
FORMER MCS STUDENTS
Janvi completed her MCS student in May of 2006. She has a B.S. in computer science from Bombay University and has worked at IBM and Sun Microsystems. Janvi was a member of ThePrivacyPlace.Org.
Neha completed her MCS in May of 2006. She received her B.S. in Computer Science in 2005. Neha is a recipient of the Fall 2003 CISCO Systems Information Assurance Scholarship and the 2004 Google Anita Borg Undergraduate Scholarship. She was a member of ThePrivacyPlace.org research group and plans to attend medical school.
Jonathan is a second year MCS student. He has a B.S. in computer science from North Carolna State University and was funded on an NSF ITR grant, focusing on compliance with privacy policies and law.
Varun completed his MCS in December of 2006. He received his undergraduate degree in computer science from University of Pune.
Devon F. Siege
Devon completed her MCS coursework in August of 2000. While at NC State she was funded on a research grant from BellSouth Telecommunications in Atlanta, focusing on requirements traceability and process improvement. She accepted a position at Lucent Technologies.
FORMER CRA DMP STUDENTS
Lana graduated from the Clarke College in Iowa where she double majored in computer science and mathematics. During the summer of 2001 she participated in the CRA (Computing Research Association) Distributed Mentor Project. Her summer project was the design and implementation of a database to support the SMaRT (Scenario Management and Requirements Tool).
Laura is an undergraduate computer science major at Covenant College in Georgia. During the summer of 2002 she is participating in the CRA (Computing Research Association) Distributed Mentor Project. Laura's research focuses on episode management within the SMaRT (Scenario Management and Requirements Tool).
Laurie is currently a Ph.D. student at CMU, working with Dr. Latanya Sweeney. In December of 2006, she completed her M.S. in interdisciplinary computer science at Mills College in California. She received her BA in sociology from the University of California, Berkeley in 2001. As a membr of ThePrivacyPlace.org, her research focuses on biometric technologies and digital identities.
Angela graduated from the University of Dayton in Ohio in 2002 where she double majored in computer science and mathematics. During the summer of 2001 she participated in the CRA (Computing Research Association) Distributed Mentor Project. For her summer project she conducted a goal-based analysis of health care industry privacy policies; this work led to an RE'02 conference paper.
Ha graduated from Santa Clara University in California in 2001. During the summer of 2000 she particpated in the CRA (Computing Research Association) Distributed Mentor Project. She spent the summer performing a goal-based analysis of electronic commerce privacy policies with Thomas Alspaugh and Annie Antón.
FORMER UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Kevin Childs (Honors Thesis)
Sam Dengler (Honors Thesis)
Jack graduated with B.S. in December 2004. Jack recently received an Entrepreneurship Award from nSoftware in recognition of his Flesh tool. He was a member of ThePrivacyPlace.org research group.
Matt Vail (Honors Thesis)
PICTURES FROM PREVIOIUS YEARS
|May 2002: Qingfeng (Frank) He (PhD 2005); Thomas Alspaugh (PhD 2002); Jim Yuill (PhD 2005); Hema Srikanth (MS 2002)
||August 2004: Matt Vail (MS 2006); Neha Jain (MS 2006); Travis Breaux (PhD 2008); Qingfeng He (PhD 2005); Will Stufflebeam (MS 2004); Annie Antón (PhD 1997); Jack Frink (BS 2005), Hai Yuan (PhD 2007)
|RE Lab Members - May 2007: Dright Ho (L. Williams' Ph.D. student), Paul Otto (MS '07, Ph.D '10, J.D. '10), Aaron Massey (MS '08), Annie Antón (PhD '97), Travis Breaux (Ph.D. '08); Laurie Jones (M.S. '07, PhD '11)
||July 2005: Laurie Jones (MA, Mills College), Janvi Badlaney (MS '06), Paul Otto (MS '06), Matt Vail (MS '06), Annie Antón (PhD '97), Qingfeng He (PhD '05); Neha Jain (PhD '09)