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Curriculum Vita

Vijay Atluri

Professor

Management Science and Information Systems Department

Rutgers Business School, Newark and New Brunswick

Rutgers University

Newark, NJ 07102

973-353-1642 (phone), 973-353-5003 (fax)

email: atluri at rutgers dot edu

home page: http://cimic.rutgers.edu/∼atluri/

EDUCATION:

• Ph.D., Information Technology, May, 1994, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

Dissertation: Concurrency Control in Multilevel Secure Databases Dissertation Adviser: Sushil Jajodia

• M.Tech., Electronics and Communication Engineering, (Controls and Automation), June 1979, In- dian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India.

Thesis: Implementation of Nearest Neighbour Identification Algorithms

• B.Tech. Electronics and Communications Engineering, May 1977, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada, India

EXPERIENCE:

• Professor, MSIS Dept., Rutgers University. July 2006 - present; Associate Professor, July 2001 - June 2006; Assistant Professor, July 1995 - June 2001; Visiting Assistant Professor, Sept 1994- June 1995.

• Research Director, Center for Information Management, Integration and Connectivity (CIMIC), Rut- gers University. January 2002 - present

• Computer Scientist, National Institute of Standards & Technology, Information Technology Labora- tory, Computer Security Division, Systems & Network Security Group, February 2007 - present

• Faculty Associate, Center for Information Management, Integration and Connectivity (CIMIC), Rut- gers University. September 1994 - December 2001

• Visiting Associate Professor, Computer Science Department, New Jersey Institute of Technology.

July 2004 - June 2005

• Member, Graduate School-Newark Faculty of the Ph.D. in the Management program, Rutgers Uni- versity. October 1996 - October 2011

• Research Assistant, Center for Secure Information Systems, George Mason University. August 1990

- August 1994

• Assistant Professor, Dept. of Electronics & Communication and Computer Engineering, Nagarjuna University, India. March 1985 - August 1990

• Lecturer – Dept. of Electronics & Communication and Computer Engineering, Nagarjuna University, India.

December 1983 - March 1985 – Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Andhra University, India. December 1982

- December 1983 – Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Nagarjuna University, India. August 1980

- December 1982 1

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Information Systems Security, Database Management Systems, Privacy, Distributed Systems, Workflow Management, Multimedia, Spatial Databases, Digital Libraries and Electronic Commerce

TEACHING INTERESTS:

Database Management Systems, Distributed Databases, Computer Information Systems, Information Systems Security, Formal models of Computer Security, Electronic Commerce, Multimedia Information Systems, Operating Systems, Computer Architecture, Programming Languages, Object-Oriented Systems, and Computer Networking

HONORS and SCHOLARLY RECOGNITION:

• Received the Research Award for untenured faculty for outstanding research contributions, Rutgers University, 1999

• Received the CAREER Award from National Science Foundation, 1996

• Received National Merit Scholarship from the Government of India, June 1970 - May 1977

• Vice-Chair, ACM SIGSAC (Special Interest Group in Security, Audit, and Control), Elected, 2009 present

• Secretary/Treasurer, ACM SIGSAC (Special Interest Group in Security, Audit, and Control), Elected, 2005 - 2009

• Senior Member, IEEE (December 2006 - )

• Chair, IFIP WG11.3 on Data and Information Security (July 2008 - )

• Finalist, Paul Nadler Teaching Excellence Award, Rutgers University, 1996, 1997, 1999

• Keynote Speaker, The Third International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security, Barcelona, Spain, March 2008.

• Finalist, Research Award for untenured faculty, Rutgers University, 1998

• Listed in Who’s Who in Business Higher Education 2005 Listed in International Who’s Who of Professionals 1997 Listed in International Who’s Who of Information Technology 1998 Listed in MARQUIS Who’s Who in the World 2000 MEMBERSHIPS:

• Member, IFIP WG11.3 on Data and Information Security (July 1994 - )

• Member, IEEE Technical Committee on Security and Privacy (May 1995 - )

• Member, IEEE Technical Committee on Data Engineering (May 1995 - )

• Member, IEEE Technical Committee on Multimedia (May 1996 - )

• Member, IEEE Technical Committee on Digital Libraries

• Member, IEEE Computer Society (Jan 1996 - )

• Member, Association for Computing Machinery (December 1996 - ) 2

EXTERNAL GRANTS:

1. Principal Investigator, “Formal Security Analysis of Access Control Models and Extensions,” National Science Foundation, $275,001, August 2010 - July 2013. (No Co-PIs)

2. Principal Investigator, “Information Sharing across States’ Incident Management Systems using UICDS,” United States Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC), $498,431, Oct 2009- Oct 2011.





3. Principal Investigator, “Research on Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Computer and Communications Security,” Army Research Office, $10,000, September 2008 - February 2009. (No Co-PIs)

4. Principal Investigator, Evaluation of Secure Resource Sharing Approaches for Dynamic Ad-hoc Coalitions,National Science Foundation, $11,300, Sept 2008 - Feb 2009. (supplement)

5. Principal Investigator, “Computer and Communications Security: Issues and Research Directions,” Army Research Office, $10,000, September 2007 - February 2008. (No Co-PIs)

6. Principal Investigator, “Access Control for Spatial Databases,” National Science Foundation, $320,000, July 2003 - June 2006. (No Co-PIs)

7. Co-Principal Investigator, Improving Business Knowledge Management & Analysis Through the use of the RFID Technology and Semantic Web Services. $538,254, August 01, 2007 - June 30, 2009, SAP America. (Nabil R. Adam, PI)

8. Co-Principal Investigator, Technology Transfer: A Context Sensitive Alert Management System National Science Foundation, $50,000, Jul 2008 - June 2009.

9. Principal Investigator, “Security of Sensor Networks: Issues and Research Directions,” Army Research Office, $10,000, September 2005 - February 2006. (No Co-PIs)

10. Co-Principal Investigator, “Secure Agency Interoperation for Effective Data Mining in Border Control and Homeland Security Applications,” National Science Foundation, $1,050,000, July 2003 - June 2006. (Nabil R. Adam, PI) 30% effort

11. Co-Principal Investigator, “Improving Business Knowledge Management and Analysis Through the use of Semantic Web Services and RFID Technology,” SAP Research Labs, $320,000, June 2004 June 2007. (Nabil R. Adam, PI) 40% effort

12. Co-Principal Investigator, “Semantic Based Emergency Management System,” Department of Homeland Security, $80,000, July 2005 - December 2005 (Nabil R. Adam, PI) 40% effort

13. Co-Principal Investigator, “A Study for Improving Business Intelligence Through the use of Text Mining and Ontology” Relevant Noise, $43,748, July 2005 - June 2006 (Nabil R. Adam, PI) 30% effort

14. Co-Principal Investigator, Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute, Hackensack Meadowlands Development Commission, $350,000, July 2005 - June 2006. (Nabil R. Adam, PI). 30% effort

15. Co-Principal Investigator, Municipal Technology Initiative, Hackensack Meadowlands Development Commission, $150,000, July 2005 - June 2006. (Nabil R. Adam, PI). 30% effort

16. Co-Principal Investigator, “Technology Transfer of Inter-agency e-Government Services and Their Transnational Feasibility Studies,” National Science Foundation, $99,928 September, 2004 - August, 2005. (Nabil R. Adam, PI) 30% effort

17. Co-Principal Investigator, “A Decision Support System to Assess Urban Women’s HIV Sexual Risk Behavior,” National Library of Medicine, $398,000, Feb 2005 - Jan 2008. (Rachel Jones, PI) 30% effort

18. Principal Investigator, “Security of Sensor Networks: Issues and Research Directions,” Army Research Office, $10,000, July 2004 - June 2005. (No Co-PIs) 3

19. Co-Principal Investigator, Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute, Hackensack Meadowlands Development Commission, $350,000, July 2004 - June 2005. (Nabil R. Adam, PI). 30% effort

20. Co-Principal Investigator, Municipal Technology Initiative, Hackensack Meadowlands Development Commission, $150,000, July 2004 - June 2005. (Nabil R. Adam, PI). 30% effort

21. Co-Principal Investigator, “Improving Business Knowledge Management and Analysis Through the use of Semantic Web Services and RFID Technology,” SAP Research Labs, $320,000, June 2004 July 2006. (Nabil R. Adam, PI). 30% effort

22. Principal Investigator, “Supporting Workflow, Long Duration and Nested Transaction Models in a Multilevel Secure Database Environment,” National Science Foundation, The CAREER Award, $214,337, June 1996 - May 2000. (No Co-PIs)

23. Principal Investigator, “A Petri Net Based Approach to Enforcing Mandatory and Discretionary Security in Workflow Management Systems,” National Security Agency, $59,986, October 1996 - December 1997. (No Co-PIs)

24. Co-Principal Investigator, “E-Government: Human-Centered Systems for Business Services,” National Science Foundation, $916,949, June 2000 - May 2003. (Nabil R. Adam, PI) 30% effort

25. Co-Principal Investigator, Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute, Hackensack Meadowlands Development Commission, $8,000,000, Jan 2002 - December 2006. (Nabil R. Adam, PI) 25% effort

26. Co-Principal Investigator, “Spatially Integrated Coastal Permitting System,” National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), $87,750 September 2002 - August 2003. (Robert Ceberio, PI) 30% effort

27. Co-Principal Investigator, “Workshop on Advanced Technologies in Real-Time Monitoring and Modeling for Drinking Water Safety and Security,” Environmental Protection Agency, $75,000, June 2002December 2002. (Nabil R. Adam, PI) 30% effort

28. Co-Principal Investigator, “Exploratory Research on Reconfigurable and Scalable Enterprise Planning Systems,” National Science Foundation, $111,977, July 2000 - June 2001. (Mohsen Jafari, PI) 20% effort

29. Co-Principal Investigator, “On Management Theory and Approach under Electronic Commerce Environment,” National Science Foundation of China, 600,000BMR ($72,000), January 2001 - December 2003. (Prof. Deli Yang, Dallion Technology Institute, PI) 20% effort

30. Co-Principal Investigator, “Change Detection in Data Warehousing,” Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, $21,271, September 1, 1998 - June 30, 1999. (Nabil R. Adam, PI) 30% effort

31. Co-Principal Investigator, Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute, Hackensack Meadowlands Development Commission, $3,000,000, July 1998 - June 2003. (Nabil R. Adam, PI) 25% effort

32. Co-Principal Investigator, “Trader In Distributed Computing Environment,” National Security Agency, $50,000, April 1998 - September 1998. (Yelena Yesha, PI) 25% effort

INTERNAL GRANTS:

1. Co-Principal Investigator, “The Rutgers University Research Initiative on Cybersecurity Economics (RICE),” Academic Excellence Fund (AEF), Rutgers University, $60,000 2009-10.

2. Co-Principal Investigator, “information Technology for Emergency mAnageMent (iTEAM),” Academic Excellence Fund (AEF), Rutgers University, $40,000 2007-08.

3. Principal Investigator, “Enforcing Security and Privacy Policies in a Mobile Commerce Environment,” Rutgers Business School, $4000 July 2007 - June 2008.

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5. Principal Investigator, “Spatio-temporal Indexing Structure for the CIMIC Image Database,” Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute, $10,500, January 1, 2000 - December 31, 2000.

6. Co-Principal Investigator, “Strengthening the Electronic Commerce Certificate and Graduate Program at Rutgers Newark - Support for Resources,” Strategic Resources and Opportunity Analysis (SROA) Process, $30,000, 1999-2000.

7. Co-Principal Investigator, “Developing and Implementing an Innovative Instruction Methodology for MSIS Courses,” GE Grant, $14,000, 1988-99.

8. Principal Investigator, “A Multi-layered Clinical Decision Support System,” Rutgers FOM Research Grant, $4,800, March 1997 - February 1998.

9. Principal Investigator, “Microsoft Access for SOM-ENG,” Newark Campus Computer Planning Committee, $1,970, July 1996.

10. Co-Principal Investigator, “Computer Proficiency Assessment for Effective MIS Undergraduate Education,” Rutgers Dialogues Grant, $6,100, January 1995 - June 1995.

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS:

Book:

1. V. Atluri, S. Jajodia and B. George, Multilevel Secure Transaction Processing, Kluwer Academic Publishers, November 1999. ISBN 0-7923-7702-8, 144 pages.

Edited Book:

1. Encyclopedia of GIS (The book web site, http://refworks.springer-sbm.com/geograph/), ISBN-13:

978-0387308586, Springer; 1 edition, Field Editor, Geo-Security (Shashi Shekhar and Hui Xiong, Editors-in-Chief), December 2007.

Edited Refereed Journal Special Issues:

1. V. Atluri (Ed.), ACM Transactions on Information Systems Security, Special Issue on Computer and Communications Security, Volume 8, Number 1, February 2005.

2. V. Atluri and I. Ray (Eds.), Journal on Digital Libraries (JDL), Special Issue on Security, Volume 4, Number 3, 2004.

3. V. Atluri, A. Joshi and Y. Yesha (Ed.), The VLDB Journal, Special Issue on Semantic Web, Volume 12, Number 4, November 2003.

4. V. Atluri (Ed.), ACM Transactions on Information Systems Security, Special Issue on Role-Based Access Control, Volume 4, Number 3, August 2001.

5. V.Atluri and J. Hale (Eds.), Journal of Computer Security, Special Issue on Database Security, Volume 8, 2000



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