Brandon Gozick is graduate student working in the area of adaptive and ubiquitous mobile computing. With an engineering background, he has focused on utilizing mobile smartphone functionality and their hardware formulating unique applications. He helped develop an indoor localization technique using smartphone sensors and more recently, combined these sensors with a vehicle for an innovative driver assist project. Currently he is an Entrepreneurial Lead in the NSF I-Corps/Stanford program. [Spring 2012 - Computer Engineering]
Brett McCormick is a senior in Information Technology. He will be pursuing his Master in Computer Science at UNT once he finishes his undergraduate career. Brett recently won an award from the National Science Foundation in Outstanding Achievement in Advanced Technological Education which came with a scholarship to represent UNT at the ATE Principle Investigator's Conference 2011 in Washington D.C.
RESEARCH INTERESTS - Computer Network Security, Time Series Analysis, Prediction and Forecasting, Wireless Networks, VoIP security, Social Networks, Social Groups and Event Detection. Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science
Kalyan Pathapati Subbu is a PhD candidate working in the area of Mobile and Pervasive computing. He has recently completed developing an indoor localization application using built-in sensors of smartphones. He has previously worked on activity recognition using smartphones and wireless sensor networks. Program of study: PhD, Computer Science and Engineering, Dec 2011
B.S. Physics - 2013 Mike Trenfield is a junior at the University of North Texas pursuing a B.S. in physics. Upon graduation he plans to attend graduate school for either physics or biomedical engineering. He is currently interested in the mathematical modeling of physical and biological systems, wireless sensors, and nanotechnology. In his spare time, Mike likes running, hiking, and being outdoors.
RESEARCH INTERESTS - System administration, Wired and Wireless networking, hardware design. MS. Computer Science - Fall '09 University of North Texas College of Engineering
My Research Interest: Context-aware Computing, Human Behavioral Data Mining (Recentness Analysis), and Computer Security (Spam, Phishing, Botnets). Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science and Engineering - Dec '09
Degree level: Master's Is presently working on development of biomedical applications in smart phones, has recently completed the development of Blood Pressure Estimation, Remote heart beat monitoring and Heart beat localization using smart phones. Degree Level: Master's, Dec 2011
Research Interest - Wireless Networks, Computer network and Information Security, VoIP , Cryptography, Social Network analysis. M.S. Computer Science - Fall 2010