Steve G. Nordstrom

Director of Undergraduate Programs and Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering

 

Educational Background

  1. Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Vanderbilt University, TN, 2008
  2. M.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Vanderbilt University, TN, 2003
  3. B.S.E.E., Tennessee Technological University, 2001

Academic Publications

  1. 2006 - GHOST: Guided Healing and Optimization Search Technique for Healing Large-Scale Embedded Systems
  2. 2006 - A Guided Explorative Approach for Autonomic Healing of Model-Based Systems
  3. 2005 - The Action Language: Refining a Behavioral Modeling Language
  4. 2004 - Experiences in Developing Model-Integrated Tools and Technologies for Large-Scale Fault Tolerant Real-Time Embedded Systems
  5. 2006 - A Model Driven Tool for Automated System Level Testing of Middleware
  6. 2006 - Verifying Autonomic Fault Mitigation Strategies in Large Scale Real-Time Systems
  7. 2005 - Specification and Implementation of Autonomic Large-Scale System Behaviors Using Domain Specific Modeling Language Tools
  8. 2005 - The RTES Project - BTeV, and Beyond
  9. 2005 - Systems Integration of Autonomic Large Scale Systems Using Multiple Domain Specific Modeling Languages
  10. 2005 - Prototype of Adaptive Embedded Software for Large-Scale Real-Time Systems
  11. 2005 - Dynamically reconfigurable monitoring in large scale real-time embedded systems
  12. 2003 - Modeling and Generation Tools for Large-Scale, Real-Time Embedded Systems