Classes

Course Title Semester
C S 201R Topics in Computer Science Winter 2022
C S 477R Sec Minor Student Teaching Winter 2022
C S 497R Undergraduate Research Winter 2022
C S 498R Undergraduate Special Projects Winter 2022
C S 477R Sec Minor Student Teaching Spring 2022
C S 497R Undergraduate Research Spring 2022
C S 498R Undergraduate Special Projects Spring 2022
C S 497R Undergraduate Research Summer 2022
C S 498R Undergraduate Special Projects Summer 2022
C S 110 How to Program Fall 2022
C S 477R Sec Minor Student Teaching Fall 2022
C S 497R Undergraduate Research Fall 2022
C S 498R Undergraduate Special Projects Fall 2022

Biography

Daniel Zappala received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 1990 and his Ph.D. in Computer Science from USC in 1997. He was a professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science at the University of Oregon from 1997 through 2004, before joining the Computer Science Department at Brigham Young University. Dr. Zappala is the director of the Internet Research Lab, where his research focuses on networking, security, and usability. Current projects include improving the security of the Internet's certificate system, studying gamer behavior on the Steam network, and developing personal cloud computing. His past research includes wireless networks, routing, congestion control, multicast, and peer-to-peer networking.

Areas

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Computer Networks, Systems, and Security

Students

James Conners
PhD
Warda Usman
MS & PhD
MacKenzie Fisher
Research Assistant, Entry
Savannah Knight
Research Assistant, Mid-level