George Dimitoglou Associate Professor
Dept. of Computer Science Hood College Frederick, MD
Office: HT 261 E-mail: dimitoglou [at] hood.edu
Ph.D. The George Washington University
B.S. Computer Science, Temple University
Algorithms, Simulation, Robotics, Distributed Systems
IEEE, IEEE Robotics & Automation Society, ACM,
Mathematical Association of America (MAA), Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV).
Fixed-wing drone development for flight, hardware-in-the-loop and simulation studies, first person
view (FPV) flights and sensor payload characterization.
Virtual Manufacturing Automation Challenge.
Simulation-based challenge to stimulate research in robotics dealing with problems related
to mixed-palletizing and intra-factory package delivery and logistics. Links: VMA-Competition
Simulation: Dynamic Ad Hoc Routing Simulator (DARS).
Simulator of mobile, ad hoc network (MANET) protocols. Expandable,
comes with Ad hoc On Demand Distance Vector (AODV) and Destination-Sequenced
Distance-Vector Routing (DSDV). Links:
JHelioviewer - Explore The Sun.
Visualization software based on the JPEG 2000 compression standard. Enables serving
data in a highly compressed, quality-progressive, region-of-interest based stream. Developed as
open-source software by the European Space Agency
(ESA) JHelioviewer Team and part of the ESA/NASA Helioviewer Project. Links: project homepage, publications
Algorithms for Lung Cancer Survivability Algorithms for Leukemia Incidence and Survivability
(1) Performance evaluation of the C4.5 (J48) and Naive Bayes classifiers using Surveillance,
Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) data from the National Cancer Institute. Links: project homepage and my publications
(2) Predictive testing of Leukemia Incidence and Survivability. Links:
project homepage and my publications
Our (with colleagues from NIST) book
chapter about Simulation to Real Robots with Predictable Results: Methods and Examples is
published by Springer in Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking of Intelligent
Our (with colleagues from ESA/NASA) article on
scientific data visualization using JPEG2000 is published in IEEE's Computing in Science &