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Chunbo Chu, PhD

Program Chair, Computer Science

chunbo.chu@franklin.edu

Profile

Dr. Chunbo Chu is the Chair of the B.S. in Computer Science program at Franklin University  (since May 2012) and the Chair of the M.S. in Computer Science program (since May 2015). He has been a Lead Faculty of Computer Science at Franklin University since July 2008. He received a Bachelor's and Master's in Computer Science from Fudan University (Shanghai, China) in 1997 and 2000, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Wayne State University in 2008 where his advisor was Dr. Monica Brockmeyer.

Education

2008
Wayne State University (Detroit, Michigan)
Doctor of Philosophy, Computer Science
2000
Fudan University (China)
Master of Science, Computer Science
1997
Fudan University (China)
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science

Work Experience

2020 - Present
Franklin University, Program Chair, Computer Science
2012 - 2019
Franklin University, Program Chair, Computer Science
2008 - 2012
Franklin University, Lead Faculty
2007 - 2008
Focus: HOPE, Teaching Assistant
2001 - 2008
Wayne State University, Teaching and Research Assistant
1998 - 1999
Fudan University, Teaching Assistant

Publications & Presentations

Chu, C., & Brockmeyer, M. (2010). Mobile Agents and Eventually Perfect Predicate Detection: An Intelligent General Approach to Monitoring Distributed Systems. Agent and Multi-agent Technology for Internet and Enterprise Systems (pp. 257--274). Springer Berlin/Heidelberg. www.springer.com/engineering/computational+intelligence+and+complexity/book/978-3-642-13525-5

Professional Service

2016
Committee Member
Center of Public Safety and Cybersecurity Education Steering Committee
2015
Committee Member
CBusStudentHack Committee
2014
Committee Member
Graduate Council