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Angkul Kongmunvattana, Ph.D.

Title: Associate Professor
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Office: Dahlonega

Overview

Dr. Kongmunvattana joins the Computer Science and Information Systems Department in the Mike Cottrell College of Business at the University of North Georgia as an associate professor in 2019. Dr. K has 20 years of teaching experience in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, and Information Technology. His research work spans a broad spectrum of areas. Specifically, Dr. K worked on research projects in robotics, cryptographic algorithms, and chip design in the early 1990s before moving on to performance optimization, system recovery, task migration, reconfiguration, and load balancing in parallel and distributed systems from mid-1990s onward. Recently, in mid-2010s, Dr. K expanded his research work to include data and visual analytics, cybersecurity and CS education, and DNA sequencing. His work has been partially supported by Altera, Sun Microsystems, NSF, and USGS. On teaching and mentoring, Dr. K has taught virtually all courses in the computer science core areas and supervised ten masters theses, one doctoral dissertation, and many undergraduate projects, earning University Teaching Excellence Award in 2015 and College Faculty Service Award in 2016.

Courses Taught

CSCI 3300: Software Engineering

CSCI 4100: Operating Systems

CSCI 4950: Senior Project

Education

  • Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, 1999
  • B.Eng., Computer Engineering , Chulalongkorn University, 1995

Publications

A. Kongmunvattana and N.-F. Tzeng, “Lazy Logging and Prefetch-Based Crash Recovery for Software Distributed Shared Memory Systems,” In Proceedings of the 13th IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, pages 399-406, April 1999. (The 8th Rank Publication in Computing Systems on Google Scholar Metrics)

E. Tiamkaew and A. Kongmunvattana, “Improving the O-GEHL Branch Prediction Accuracy using Analytical Results,” Journal of Computer Science & Technology, 7(2):171-176, April 2007.

J. Cornwell and A. Kongmunvattana, “Advanced I/O Techniques for Efficient and Highly Available Process Crash Recovery Protocols,” Journal on Computing, 1(3):1-9, December 2011.

A. Kongmunvattana and W. Summers, “An Evolution of Online CS Foundation Course for Non-CS Graduates in CS Graduate Program,” Journal on Computing, 4(1):11-16, November 2014.

A. Kongmunvattana, “Automata Designs for Data Encryption with AES using the Micron Automata Processor,” International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security, 15(7):1-5, July 2015.

Work Experience

Founding Director of Launchpad Academy
Clayton State University
2018-2019

Professor and Chairperson of Computer Science and Information Technology
Clayton State University
2016-2019

Associate Professor of Computer Science
Columbus State University
2005-2016

Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Nevada, Reno
2000-2005

Visiting Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
2000

Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
1995-1999

Engineer (Network, Software, and Database)
Infonews Corporation
1995

Network Engineer Intern
Robinson Department Store
1994

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