Trends Of Commonly Used Programming Languages in CS1 And CS2 Learning

IEEE ICCSE 2021 is the 16th International Conference on Computer Science and Education.

Together with Robert Siegfried, Kathy Herbert, and Jason Siegfried, I co-authored a paper in which we explore trends in the adoption of programming languages for CS1 and CS2 education.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference will be held as a hybrid event. We will participate remotely. Once the paper has been published in the conference proceedings, I will post a link here.

Supporting Cyber Threat Analysis With Service-Oriented Enterprise Modeling

SECRYPT 2021 is the 18th International Conference on Security and Cryptography.

Sung Kim and I were happy to learn that our paper titled Supporting Cyber Threat Analysis With Service-Oriented Enterprise was accepted for presentation at the conference, and will be published in its proceedings.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference will be held virtually this year. Sung and/or myself will present our research via video call. Once the paper has been published, I will post a link to the material.

Re-Envisioning a Computer Science Curriculum

WMSCI 2021 2021 is an international forum for scientists and engineers, researchers and consultants, theoreticians and practitioners. The purpose of the conference is to promote discussions and interactions between researchers and practitioners focused on disciplinary, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary issues, ideas, concepts, theories, methodologies and applications. The conference is particularly interested in fostering the exchange of concepts, prototypes, research ideas, and other results which could contribute to the academic arena and also benefit business, and the industrial community.

Sal Petrilli and I submitted a paper titled Re-Envisioning a Computer Science Curriculum, which is based on our experiences redesigning a CS curriculum.

After a multi-stage peer review, we are happy to learn that the paper will be published in the conference proceedings. Once it is finalized and accessible, I'll post a public link here.

Enhancing Electronic Voting With A Dual-Blockchain Architecture

The article that Jai Punjwani and I authored for Ledger Journal is now live. It is accessible as an open access publication at the journal website.

Enhancing Electronic Voting With A Dual-Blockchain Architecture

Ledger Journal was launched in 2015 to address the growing need for a traditional academic journal dedicated to cryptocurrency research.

I am pleased to write that the journal accepted a paper that Jai Punjwani and I co-authored as a result of his Honor's Thesis research. The title of the paper is Enhancing Electronic Voting With A Dual-Blockchain Architecture, which fairly accurately describes its content.

The article will be included in an upcoming issue of the journal. Once it is published, I'll announce it here.