The Developing Homeland Security Expertise to Support Emergency Evacuation Research (HS-SEER) program is a 3-year program funded by the Department of Homeland Security to provide curricula, student programming, and research experiences for Computer Science graduate students. Through this program the CS Department will offer three graduate level courses to train students in quantitative data analysis research methods and social network analysis.
Dr. Quincy Brown, PI and HS-SEER Program Director, is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department. Prior to joining the faculty in 2010, Dr. Brown was a Computing Innovation Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Maryland College Park. Dr. Brown is the director of the Games + Mobile Play, Learn, Live research lab. She is actively engaged in mboile learning, game design, and human computer interaction research.
Dr. Sharad Sharma, co-P, is an Assistant Professorin the Computer Science Deparment. Dr. Sharm a directs the Virtual Reality lab and conducts research related in multi-agent systems for evaucation.