Classes

Course Title Semester
C S 260-001 Web Programming Winter 2019
C S 665-001 Adv Comp Security Winter 2019
C S 260-001 Web Programming Fall 2019
C S 465-001 Computer Security Fall 2019
C S 601R-003 Graduate Topics in C S Fall 2019
C S 260-002 Web Programming Winter 2020
C S 601R-001 Graduate Topics in C S Fall 2020

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. Dr. Zappala is also the director of the BYU Open Source Lab, where he mentors students that create software as a form of community service.

Projects

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Computer Networks, Systems, and Security

Students

Torstein Collett
MS
James Conners
PhD
Calvin Woods
CS Research Assistant
Colin Gorski
CS Research Assistant
Cyrus Gatrell
CS Research Assistant
Stephen Lambert
CS Research Assistant
Alexander Wilson
CS Research Assistant
Matthew Christensen
CS Research Assistant
Cheyenne Son
CS Research Assistant
Nathaniel Bennett
CS Research Assistant
Rebekah Johnson
CS Research Assistant
Natalie Farnsworth
CS Research Assistant
Christopher McClain
CS Research Assistant
Stephen Derbidge
CS Research Assistant
Joseph Gillespie
CS Research Assistant
Devin Plauche
CS Research Assistant
Christopher Dutson
CS Research Assistant
Kyler Gates
CS Research Assistant
Megan Gabrielson
CS Research Assistant
Andrew Bonnett
CS Research Assistant