Dr. Martin C. Carlisle

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"My biggest fear is not that you'll fail at life, but instead that you'll succeed at things that don't really matter."

Links to projects and software:

A# Ada compiler for the .NET Framework

Ada utilities

AdaGIDE Ada GNAT Integrated Development Environment

IRONSIDES DNS Server

Java Java videos and teaching tools

RAPID Rapid Ada Portable Interface Designer

RAPTOR: flowchart-based programming environment

ROBOT and Pencil and Paper Computer Interpreters, based on their descriptions in The Computer Continuum, by Lauckner and Lintner.

Olden - a system for parallelizing programs using recursive data structures on distributed memory machines.

Documents:

Resume

Teaching Statement

Research Statement

 

Publications:

Publications list

 

Education:

B.S. Math and Computer Science, Univ. of DE, 1991
M.A. Computer Science, Princeton Univ., 1993
Ph.D. Computer Science, Princeton Univ., 1996

Positions held:

July 2006 - present Professor, Department of Computer Science, US Air Force Academy, CO

o    Overall winner, CDX 2012

o    1st of 331 US/Canadian undergraduate teams NYU-Poly CSAW Capture the Flag qualifiers

o    2nd of 80 US/Canadian teams (#1 undergrad) Hack.lu Capture the Flag

Aug 2005-May 2006 - Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Auburn University, AL

July 2001 - July 2006 Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, US Air Force Academy, CO

June 1996 - July 2001 Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, US Air Force Academy, CO

Summer 1995 Digital Equipment Corp
Summer 1989 NASA Goddard

Activities/Interests:

·         Computer Security

·         Teaching

·         Computer Science Education research

·         Officers' Christian Fellowship (USAFA)

·         Princeton Evangelical Fellowship (Princeton)

·         Navigators (Auburn)

·         Card and board games

·         Ultimate frisbee

·         Racquetball

 

Get in touch:

email: carlislem@acm.org

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