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FECS'10: July 14, 2010 Schedule

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6:45am - 5:00pm:  REGISTRATION (Second Floor, Conference Lobby: 1-5)

                  Co-Chairs: Prof. Charles V. Balch* and Prof. Kevin Daimi**
                  *Arizona Western College, Arizona, USA
                  **Director, CS Programs, University of Detroit Mercy, Michigan, USA
                  July 14, 2010 (Wednesday); 08:00am - 10:20am
                  (LOCATION: Platinum Room)

08:00 - 08:20am:  Component-Based Professional Science Master in Bioinformatics
                  Kevin Daimi and Greg Grabowski
                  University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, Michigan, USA

08:20 - 08:40am:  Converting a Graduate Computer Science Program into Software Engineering
                  Kevin Daimi and Katy Snyder
                  University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, Michigan, USA

08:40 - 09:00am:  Zero To Two Hundred in Two Years: Launching a New Program
                  William Stapleton
                  Texas State University - San Marcos, Texas, USA

09:00 - 09:20am:  Integrating Research Paper Writing into a Computer Science
                  Undergraduate Program at a Caribbean University
                  Paul Walcott and Adrian Als
                  University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados, West Indies

09:20 - 09:40am:  FREE SLOT

09:40 - 10:00am:  Developing Undergraduate Bioinformatics Programs
                  Jaime Seguel
                  University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, Puerto Rico

10:00 - 10:20am:  Creating a Technically-Oriented Course in Web Services and SOA:
                  Successes, Failures, and Lessons Learned
                  John W. Coffey, Norman Wilde, Sharon Simmons, Anthony Pinto, Eric Daniels
                  The University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida, USA

10:20 - 10:40am:  BREAK

                  Co-Chairs: Prof. Robert M. Siegfried* and Prof. Charles V. Balch**
                  *Adelphi University, Garden City, New York, USA
                  **Arizona Western College, Arizona, USA
                  July 14, 2010 (Wednesday); 10:40am - 12:20pm
                  (LOCATION: Platinum Room)

10:40 - 11:00am:  A Case Study on a Student Relationship Management Approach
                  Supported by a Knowledge Management Tool
                  Fabio Perez Marzullo, Jano Moreira de Souza, Leonardo Santoro Nunes,
                  and Marcelo Rezende de Fazio
                  Federal University of Rio de Janeiro - UFRJ, Brazil

11:00 - 11:20am:  Using Collaborative Learning Methods in Teaching Computer Science
                  Capstone: A Case Study
                  Amir Zeid
                  American University of Kuwait, Kuwait

11:20 - 11:40am:  Constructing Distributed Computations in an Undergraduate Grid
                  Computing Course
                  Clayton Ferner and Barry Wilkinson
                  University of North Carolina Wilmington, North Carolina, USA;
                  University of North Carolina Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

11:40 - 12:00pm:  Autonomous Vehicles: A Culminating Design Experience
                  Doran Wilde, James Archibald, D. J. Lee, Spencer Fowers
                  BYU, USA

12:00 - 12:20pm:  Dealing with Experience Imbalance in Introductory Computer
                  Programming Courses
                  Daniel Joyce
                  Villanova University, USA

12:20 - 01:20pm:  LUNCH (On Your Own)

01:20 - 06:00pm:  During this period, FECS'10 attendees are encouraged to participate
                  in sessions belonging to SERP'10, MSV'10, CGVR'10, ICOMP'10,
                  SWWS'10, SAM'10, & EEE'10. These sessions discuss topics that
                  significantly overlap the scope of FECS'10.

                  (Please see the lists at the begining of this booklet)

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