21st Annual PACISE Spring Conference

 

Schedule of Events

 

Updated April 6, 2006

 

Friday, April 7, 2006

 

2:00pm – 6:00pm

Registration at Holiday Inn

- Courtyard

Book Vendor: Prentice Hall

 

4:00pm – 6:00pm

Birds of Feather (BOF) and Panel Discussion

Presenters

 

4:00pm – 4:35pm

Recruitment and Retention of Female Students

- Crown Plaza Ball Room

Patricia A. Joseph

 

4:40pm – 5:15pm

ABET Accreditation

- Crown Plaza Ball Room

Bob Montante, Deborah Whitefield, Patricia Joseph, Oskars Rieksts, Bill Bateman

5:20pm – 5:55pm

Accreditation: A Process, Not a Destination

- Crown Plaza Ball Room

Paul Sible

 

 

 

6:00pm – 7:00pm

Dinner at Holiday Inn

- Crown Plaza Ball Room

 

7:15pm – 8:15pm

Keynote Speech

- Crown Plaza Ball Room

 

8:30pm – 9:30pm

Programming Contest Practice

- Rooms 220 and 320, Stright Hall, IUP

 

 

 

Note: There will be no internet facilities at the conference venue. Please let us know quickly if this will cause a problem in presenting your paper.

 

Schedule of Events

 

Updated April 6, 2006

 

Saturday, April 8, 2006

 

Book Vendors: Addison Wesley and Course Technology (Courtyard and Douglas Fir)

8:00am – 9:00am

Registration

- Stright Hall First Floor Lobby, IUP

 

8:00am – 8:30am

Programming Contest Participants Assemble

 

8:30am – 12:30pm

Programming Contest

- Room 220 and 320, Stright Hall

Coordinator:

David Smith

8:30am – 12:30pm

Paper Presentations

- Holliday Inn

(See next page for detail)

 

12:30pm – 1:30pm

Lunch(Buffet)

- Crown Plaza Ball Room

 

1:30pm – 2:00pm

PACISE General Meeting.

Contest results announcement

- Crown Plaza Ball Room

 

 

 

Paper Presentations

Room : Douglas Fir

Room : Scotch Pine

Room : White Pine

8:30am – 8:55am

8:30am – 8:55am

8:30am – 8:55am

1. Perception of personal privacy in RFID technology

-Brian Rupert &

Michael Bigrigg

1. Interactive Java Applets in Science Education

-Channa Navarathan

1. Experiences instrumenting a distributed molecular dynamics program

-Dan Bennett &

Paul Farrell

9:00am – 9:25am

9:00am – 9:25am

9:00am – 9:25am

2. Teaching OS concepts using empirical techniques

-David Hastings

2. Designing a course in computer gaming

-David Mooney

2. The Information infrastructure system’s systematic vulnerabilities

-Dighton Fiddner

9:30am – 9:55am

9:30am – 9:55am

9:30am – 9:55am

3. A test-first approach to teaching CS1

- Dudley Girad

3. Using the flakyio exception injection Framework

- Zachary Pavlov, Michael Duke & Michael Bigrigg

3. Robot map making: Mapping a set of hallways

- Isaac Riekst

10:00am – 10:25am

10:00am – 10:25am

10:00am – 10:25am

4. Footprints towards successful team project development in the classroom environment

- Joo Tan

4. Case study: Security and transformation issues in Medicak Markup Language (MML)

- Kenichi sato,

Charlie Shim & Jung Kim

4. The quality of compiler messages and code integrity

- Lidiya Ber &

Michael Bigrigg

Break: 10:25am – 10:45am

Room: Douglas Fir

Break: 10:25am – 10:45am

Room: Douglas Fir

Break: 10:25am – 10:45am

Room: Douglas Fir

10:45am – 11:10am

10:45am – 11:10am

10:45am – 11:10am

5. Factoradics and semi-dynamic key encryption

- Oskars Riekst

5. Government and the laws of cyberspace

- Gina Boff &

Gary DeLorenzo

5. Weather research and forecasting environment

- Christopher Oyesiku

11:15am – 11:40am

11:15am – 11:40am

11:15am – 11:40am

6. Using social engineering to design secure software

-Tyler St. John,

Ken Estes

& Michael Bigrigg

6. Home computer security awareness: A survey on current practices

- Melissa Karolewski,

Alicia Coon, Sara Raffensperger, Louisa Ometere

6. Collision Detection: Research and Demonstration

- William Strouse Jr.

 

 

11:45am – 12:10pm

11:45am – 12:10pm

11:45am – 12:10pm

7.VoIP: A viable alternative for home and business

- Francis Mason

7. 802.1X Access control and authorization

- Shawn Myers

Multimedia Information Retrieval: Definition, Motivations, Challenge, Future trends and an example of real-world application

- Waleed Farag