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Milestones. Performance Year 2Develop and offer Special Topic CourseInfuse research topics into several core coursesConduct seminars to STEM studentsSelect 3-5 students to conduct Emergency Management research as their senior paper in 2009-2010 academic yearConduct summer research programPerformance Year 3Students present project results from summer undergrad researchConduct seminars to STEM studentsSelect 3-5 students to conduct Emergency Management research as their senior paper in 209453

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2. Milestones Performance Year 2 Develop and offer Special Topic Course Infuse research topics into several core courses Conduct seminars to STEM students Select 3-5 students to conduct Emergency Management research as their senior paper in 2009-2010 academic year Conduct summer research program Performance Year 3 Students present project results from summer undergrad research Conduct seminars to STEM students Select 3-5 students to conduct Emergency Management research as their senior paper in 2010-2011 academic year Conduct summer research program

3. Accomplishments-Curriculum development Provide a basic understanding of homeland security related technologies. Provide the student with an understanding of: Use of computers in planning for emergencies, regulatory compliance, emergency response, and Computer Aided Management of Emergency Operations. Spring 2009-Wireless and Mobile Networking for Emergency Management Applications Fall 2010-Applying Fuzzy Multi-Criteria Decision Making to Assess Chemical Detection Equipments Spring 2010- Risk Assessment Summer 2010- Building and Exercising of an EOC

4. Accomplishments-Senior Investigation Papers Graves, Adam* Dec-09 Emergency Detection and Relief Using Wireless Sensor Networks and Robotics Rose, Marguise* Dec-09 Pre-positioning of Emergency Supplies for a Disaster Taylor, Latisse* Dec-09 Wireless Sensor Networks & Applications Clyburn, Alafia* May-10 Wireless sensor network Hatchett, Dereck May-10 Digital Image Processing Johnson, Crystal E May-10 Project Management Under Uncertainty Mitchell, Cynthia D* May-10 Develop Human-Robot Interaction Smith, Malcolm* May-10 Digital Image Processing Notes*: students who participated in the DHS summer research program in June 2009 Summer Research Program

5. Accomplishments-Seminars Wireless Sensor Networks with Application for Emergency Detection-Dr. Lijuan Cao Image Processing for Emergency Management-Dr. Ying Bai Applications of Sensor Networks, WiMax and Mesh Network- Dr. Dharma Agrawal Next Generation Wireless Networks-Dr. Dr. Bhaskar Krishnamachari  strategies, policies and protocols for emergency Preparedness and Response in an international setting, David Gazashvili, Emergency Director at CARE USA Risk Assessment, Dr. Lynette M. Stehr DHS Workforce Needs, Dr. Lynette M. Stehr

6. Summer Research Program The Summer Research Program is a six-week intensive summer program for students during the school’s summer semester. Student participants must be majoring in one of the academic programs offered by the CSE department. In addition, a minimum of 3.0 GPA and commitment to Emergency Management technology research are required. Three selected faculty advisors will mentor 9 students each summer to work on Homeland security Emergency Management related projects. Each student participant will be working with a faculty advisor with special expertise and interests matched, as closely as possible, to the student's research interests and career goals.

13. leveraging JCSU established the HS (Homeland Security)-STEM Center of Excellence, which has achieved much success in a short time. Our goal is to prepare STEM graduates to join the workforce and fill the talent gaps needed in the United States. The Center has established partnership with Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, Carnegie Mellon University, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, University of Cincinnati, Virginia Tech, and etc. The center also provided mini-grant to faculty to conduct research related to HS issues.

14. leveraging Invited fellows to work with the JCSU faculty to conduct research in emergency management communication networks. Create partnerships with other institutions, as well as federal, state and local agencies to address the areas of national importance in HS-STEM. Supported junior faculty and students to conduct research in the area of HS Related topics (NSF BRIDGE, NSF HBCU-UP) Endowment fund of Department of Computer Science and Engineering to purchase the equipments and software to conduct research in the image processing and sensor networks.

15. leveraging Dr. Stacie Davis and two students worked with Lee-Ann Jaykus and Ruben Carbonell at North Carolina State University supported by DHS Summer Research Team Program for Minority Serving Institutions. Dr. Rosypal spent 2 weeks conducting research in parasitological and food safety labs at Virginia Tech supported by JCSU HS (Homeland Security)-STEM Center of Excellence & NSF HBCU-Up Program.

16. Publications L. Taylor*, M. Ary*, A. Clyburn*, A. Grave*, (Advisors: Hang Chen, Lijuan Cao), poster presentation” Sensor Network for Emergency Management Applications”, State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium (SNCURCS), November, 2009. (*JCSU students) P. Cadet *, B. Bounthon* and S. Ichoua (Advisor), “Prepositioning of Emergency Supplies: A Strategy for Effective Disaster Response”, HBCU-UP National Research Conference, Washington, DC, Nov. 2009. (*JCSU students) Y. Bai, Dali Wang “Applying Fuzzy Multiple Criteria Decision Making for Optimal Robots and Manipulators Selection”, IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE-2010). H. Chen, “Build a Successful Computing Program at HBCU- Practices and lessons”, 2009 HBCU-UP National Research Conference, Washington, DC, October, 2009.

17. Publications Klibi W., F. Lasalle, A. Martel and S. Ichoua, “The Stochastic Multi-Period Location Transportation Problem”, Transportation Science Lijuan Cao, Kashif Sharif, Teresa Dahlberg, and Yu Wang, “Multiple-Metric Hybrid Anycast Protocol for Heterogeneous Access Networks”, International Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing (IJAHUC), In Press. Rosypal, A.C., R. Hill, S. Lewis, S.C. Barr, D.S. Lindsay. 2009. Evaluation of a rapid immunochromatographic dipstick test for the detection of antibodies to Trypanosoma cruzi in dogs from the United States. J. Parasitol, in press. Rosypal, A.C., R. Hill, S. Lewis, K. Braxton, A.Zajac, D.S. Lindsay. 2009. Toxoplasma gondii and Trypanosoma cruzi antbodies in dogs from Virginia. Zoonoses Public Health, submitted August 2009, in press. Hill, R. S. Lewis, K. Braxton, A. Zajac, D.S. Lindsay, and Alexa C. Rosypal. 2009. A survey of Toxoplasma gondii and Trypanosoma cruzi antibodies in dogs from Virginia.

18. Submitted proposals DoD ONR: Applying Fuzzy Multiple Criteria Decision Making To Evaluate and Identify Optimal Weapon Systems (PI: Ying Bai, Co-PI: Bhalla, Satish C.) DoD Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP): Creating a Performance-Based Robotics Program to Enhance Studies and Researches of Engineering Majors for Undergraduate Students. (PI: Ying Bai) NSF REU Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) proposal (PI: Lijuan Cao, Co-PI: Hang Chen) ONR BAA # 10-001, “Secured Communication in Embedded Sensor Systems”, (Co-PI: Hang Chen, PI: Dharma Agrawal, University of Cincinnati) NSF IGERT “Sensor-based Embedded System Design to satisfy Requirements of a given Application”, march 2010 (Co-PI: Hang Chen, PI: Dharma Agrawal, University of Cincinnati) NSF CCLI grant entitled, “Build an Advanced Networking Technologies Laboratory and Develop a Cohort of Net-centric Courses,” (PI: Hang Chen, Co-PI: Lijuan Cao)

19. Institutionalization/ Sustainability Students gain undergraduate research experience. Students apply internship and scholarship from DHS, DoD, and NASA. Integrate the program with college and department marketing, outreach, and recruiting efforts. Recognition of DHS Center of Excellence NDCIEM program on campus. Faculty and students participants were highlighted through JCSU website and newsletters.

20. Community Building & Dissemination With president Carter’s vision that JCSU will be recognized as an institution with a focus on applied research, we established the Smith Institute for Applied Research in spring 2009.Dr. Attia take charge of Homeland Security-Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (HS-STEM) Center of Excellence. It prepares STEM graduates to join the workforce and fill the talent gaps needed in the United States. It will also support and enhance the quality and number of faculty research projects in this high-demand area. Nationally, faculty and students attended the national conference to present their activities and apply for scholarship.

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