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Dan Harvey obtained his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) in 2001. Currently, he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Southern Oregon University (SOU). He was nominated for the 2001 UTA Outstanding Doctoral Research Student Award. In 2001, his paper on cluster computing was a finalist for best paper at the International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid (CCGrid). In 1999, under a NASA summer grant, he conducted research at the NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California

Although Dr. Harvey has done significant research in parallel programming, load balancing, and cluster computing, his primary research interest is in the area of computational linguistics. In particular Dr. Harvey is focusing on developing software tools to contribute to language acquisition and restoration of the indigenous languages of North America. The ACORNS project was established for this purpose.

Dr. Harvey has extensive experience in industry and was President of an automotive aftermarket value-added reseller for 13 years. He has considerable consulting experience working with firms such as Dunn & Bradstreet and Honeywell. He is also active in athletics, completing his 5th marathon at Boston in 1997. He was a college cross-country and track head coach from 1996 through 2001.

Education

Ph.D. in Computer Science, August 2001, The University of Texas at Arlington
Thesis: Load Balancing Techniques for Distributed Processing Environments
Principal Advisor: Sajal K. Das
M.S. in Computer Science Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1974
Thesis:Analysis of IBM Software Packages
B.S. Mathematics Queens College of New York, June 1968

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Dr. Suk-dong Kim Professor at Hoseo University, Republic of Korea
Sajal K. Das Professor at the University of Texas at Arlington
Rupak Biswas Research Scientist at the Nasa Ames Research Center
Lenny Oliker Research Scientist at the National Energy Scientific Center

Experience

Associate Professor Southern Oregon University Sep 2001-Present
Assistant Professor Dallas Baptist University Aug 1991-Jun 2001
Visiting Research Consultant NASA Ames Research Center July 1999
Software Consultant Micro Plus, Inc. May 1990-May 1991
Adjunct Professor Sussex County Community College May 1990-May 1991
President Digital Methods and XDS, Inc. Aug 1978-Apr 1990
Senior Analyst Sweda International Nov 1975-Aug 1978
Senior Systems Programmer Dunn and Bradstreet Nov 1973-Nov 1975
Systems Programmer Bell Laboratories Jun 1972-Nov 1973
Systems Programmer Singer Kearfott Jun 1969-Jun 1972

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