Director of the Information and Telecommunication Technology Center at the University of Kansas

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Dr. Perry Alexander is a The AT&T Foundation Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department and Director of the Information and Telecommunication Technology Center at The University of Kansas. His research interests include system-level modeling, formal verification, language semantics, and trusted computing. He received the BSEE and BSCS in 1986, the MSEE in 1988, and the PhD in 1992 all from The University of Kansas. Prior to joining KU, he was a faculty member and Director of The Knowledge-Based Software Engineering Laboratory in the Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science department at The University of Cincinnati. Dr. Alexander has been Principal or Co-Principal investigator on over $38 million in research projects funded by agencies including NSF, DARPA, AFRL, and NASA. Dr. Alexander has published over 120 refereed research papers and is author of System-Level Design using Rosetta. He has won 22 teaching awards and was named a Kemper Teaching Fellow and the ASEE’s Midwest Region Teacher of the Year in 2003, a KU Honors Faculty Fellow in 2014, and received the Sharp Teaching Professorship in 2009. He is a member of Sigma Xi and a Senior Member of ACM and IEEE.