Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Theodore Manikas

Clinical Professor

B.S., Electrical Engineering, Michigan State University; M.S., Electrical Engineering, Washington University; Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh

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Research

Computer and network security, genetic algorithms, and computer-aided design methods


Distinctions

  • Dr. Manikas co-supervised the thesis research of Christopher Carpenter, who received a second place award for presenting the results of his research at the 11th Annual Student Research Colloquium at the University of Tulsa, 2008.
  • Dr. Manikas supervised the thesis research of Debarshi Chatterjee, who was awarded an honorable mention for presenting the results of his research at the 10th Annual Student Research Colloquium at the University of Tulsa, 2007.
  • Dr. Manikas supervised the thesis research of Thomas Geisler, who received a first place award for presenting the results of his research at the 5th Annual Student Research Colloquium at the University of Tulsa, 2002.
  • Dr. Manikas received a best paper award for "A Senior Design Course That Simulates an Industrial Engineering Environment", which he presented at the 2001 ASEE Midwest Section Conference at Kansas State University.