George Dimitoglou

George Dimitoglou

Associate Professor of Computer Science
Director of the Center for Computer Security and Information Assurance
Office: 
Hodson Science and Technology Center
261
Phone: 
(301) 696-3980
Faculty Photo
Education: 
B.S. Computer Science, Temple University
M.S. University of Maryland
D.Sc. The George Washington University
Areas of Interest: 
Distributed Systems
Software Engineering
Operating Systems
ACM Chapter Faculty Advisor
Courses Taught: 
INST 302 Impact of Computers on Society
IT 510 Hardware and Software Systems
IT 548 Telecommunications and Networking
CS 319 Algorithm Analysis
CS 324 Principles of Software Engineering
CS 329 Introduction to Database Management Systems
CS 445/545 Robotics and Intelligent Systems
CS 474 Capstone Proseminar
CS 475 Senior Project
CS 520 Algorithm Analysis
CS 524 Principles of Software Engineering
CS 525 Software Testing and Quality Assurance
CS 530 Introduction to Database Management Systems
IT 512 Elements of Computer Programming
IT 518 Systems Engineering and Integration
IT 530 Applied Database Systems
Selected Works: 
Dimitoglou, G., Moore, P., Rotetenstreich, S. (2003) Middleware for Large Distributed Systems and Organizations. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Information and Communication Technologies, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, Sept. 24-26, pp. 5
Dimitoglou, G., Sanchez, L. (2001) The SOHO Data and Information System, in Virtual Observatories of the Future, ed. R.J. Brunner, S.G. Djorgovski, & A.S. Szalay (San Francisco; ASP), ASP Conf. Ser. 225, 173.
Dimitoglou, G. (1998) Deadlocks and Methods for their Detection, Prevention and Recovery in Modern Operating Systems. SIGOPS Operating Systems Review, ACM, Vol. 32, No. 3.
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