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Peter Lutz

Professor
School of Information
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

585-475-6162
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Department of Information Technology Rochester In

Peter Lutz

Professor
School of Information
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

Education

BS, St. John Fisher College; MS, Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo

585-475-6162

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ISTE-121
4 Credits
A second course in using the object-oriented approach to solving problems in the information domain. Students will learn: basic design principles and guidelines for developing graphical user interfaces, and use of the Event Model to implement graphical interfaces; algorithms for processing data structures; multithreading concepts and use of the Multithreading Model to design and implement advanced processing methods. Additional topics include the relational model of information organization, and the Client-Server model. Individual implementation projects are required. A team implementation exercise is used to provide students an opportunity to apply basic software development and project management practices in the context of a medium-scale project.
ISTE-792
1 Credits
This course supports the proposal development process for graduate students enrolled in the MS in information sciences and technologies, the MS in networking and system administration, or the MS in human-computer interaction program who are beginning the project or thesis experience and require additional structure and support. Students begin the development of an acceptable proposal and through weekly meetings students are guided toward the completion of the proposal, which is a prerequisite for formal thesis or project registration. Note: Students must have completed all their course work prior to enrollment which is by permission of the graduate program director.

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Published Conference Proceedings
Johnson, Matthew, Peter Lutz, and Daryl Johnson. "Covert Channel using Man-In-The-Middle over HTTPS." Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence(CSCI’16). Ed. Professor Hamid R. Arabnia. Las Vegas, Nevada: http://www.ieee.org/publications_standards/publications/services/comp_society.html, 2016. Web.
Markowsky, George, et al. "The Benefits of Hosting the NECCDC at Your Institution." Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Security and Management. Ed. Kevin Daimi and Hamid R. Arabnia. Las Vegas, NV: n.p., 2015. Web.