People

The following are the EECS faculty who commonly teach the graduate and undergraduate IT courses. In additional to their academic background, most IT faculty also have extensive industrial/consulting experience. For a list of all EECS faculty, please visit EECS faculty website.

Tim Johnson, M.S.Professor of Practice
MS, Electrical Engineering, Kansas State University (1985)

Areas of Expertise: Computer networks, computer network security, information security management, IT ethics and professionalism


Fengjun Li

Fengjun Li, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Info Science and Technology, Penn State University (2010) 

Areas of Expertise: Social network security and privacy, Smart grid security, CPS security, Health informatics, secure data sharing and data publishing, Network security


Bo Luo

Bo Luo, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Ph.D., Info Science and Technology, Penn State University (2008)

Areas of Expertise:  Information security and privacy, database security, XML and conventional database systems, data management, Information retrieval, Web and online social networks


Rassul Saeedipour

Rassul  Saeedipour, M.S., Professor Practice
M.S., Computer Science, University of Nebraska (1998)

Areas of Expertise: Computer organization and platform technologies, Web technologies, Software development and programming


Hossein Saiedian

Hossein Saiedian, Ph.D.,
Professor, Associate Chair, and Director, IT Programs
Ph.D., Computing and Information Science, Kansas State (1989)

Areas of Expertise: Software engineering, Formal methods, software project and process management, software architecture, database management system, information security and assurance


James Sterbenz, D. Sc., Professor
D. Sc., Washington University (1991)

Areas of Expertise: Resilient, survivable, and disruption-tolerant networks; mobile and wireless communication; programmable, active, and autonomic networking; high-performance systems and networks; Internet and PSTN protocols and architecture; design, modeling, and simulation of protocols and networks


Annette Tetmeyer, MS., ABD, Associate Professor of Practice
MS. Computer Science, University of Kansas (2012)
Ph.D. Candidate, University of Kansas (expected 2016)

Areas of Expertise: Human Computer Interaction, Software development methodologies, Software integration, Requirements engineering


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