Office: Engineering 186
Phone: (719) 255-3110
Home Page: http://cs.uccs.edu/~chow
Dr. Chow received his B.S. degree in 1977 from the National Taiwan University, and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Texas, Austin, in 1982 and 1985. He joined the Computer Science Department in 1991 as an Associate Professor, and became an Interim El Pomar Chair in October of 2002. He was appointed as a Professor in July of 2004. Dr. Chow has taught a variety of courses, including CS 1150 Principles of Computer Science, CS 3010 Web Programming, CS 5020 Software Security, CS 5220 Computer Communications, CS 5250 Multimedia Computing and Communications, CS 5260 Advanced Web Systems and Internet, CS 5910 Fundamentals of Computer/Network Security, CS 6220 Distributed Networks, and CS 6910, Advanced System Security Designs.
Dr. Chow was the Principal Investigator of Secure Collective Network Defense Project, TNUA-UCCS International Cooperation on Human Body Movement Analysis project, Making Secure Information Sharing Easy and A Reality project, Network Restoration and Survivable Architecture project, as well as several other projects. He is presently working on web systems/security, WAN load balancing, internet network measurement, wireless network planning, high speed networks/protocols, distributed/optimal algorithms for network resource allocation, and interactive programming environments for network/protocol design.
For further details, go to Dr. Chow's Home Page.