Vladimir Uskov

Vladimir Uskov

Professor and Co-Director, InterLabs Research Institute

Ph.D., Computer Science and Informatics, Moscow Aviation Institute (State University of Aerospace Technology), Moscow, Russia
M.S., Computer Science and Informatics, Moscow Aviation Institute (State University of Aerospace Technology), Moscow, Russia

Prior to joining the department in 2000, Dr. Vladimir Uskov worked as an associate professor of information technology at University of Cincinnati, OH, visiting scholar and visiting professor of computer science at Michigan State University, assistant professor and associate professor of computer aided design systems at Moscow State Technical University, and visiting professor in various universities of Japan, Italy, The Netherlands, Germany, France and Switzerland.

Dr. Uskov teaches the following courses:

  • CS 390 Introduction to Software Engineering
  • CS 590 Fundamentals of Software Engineering
  • CS 591 Software Project Management
  • CS 593 Software Engineering of Web-Based Applications
  • CS 690 Advanced Topics in Software Engineering
  • CIS 300 Computers and Society
  • CIS 475/575 Computer Information Systems Analysis, Design, and Integration

Dr. Uskov has more than 300 professional publications. His current research focuses on 1) software engineering of Web applications, 2) Web technologies and applications for ubiquitous/mobile learning, and 3) software project and software quality management (SPM, PMP, CMMI, Six Sigma, TQM). He received grants.

Dr. Uskov was a keynote/invited presenter at international conferences in the U.S., Japan, Germany, Switzerland, Norway, Russia, Poland, Taiwan, Latvia, Turkey, and Jamaica.

Dr. Uskov is the IEEE senior member, a member of the executive board of the IEEE Technical Committee on Learning Technology (TCLT), and chair of two annual international conferences – Computers and Advanced Technology in Education (CATE), and Web-Based Education (WBE). He also is an editorial board member of several international journals. In addition, he is a co-director of the InterLabs Research Institute at Bradley University.

Dr. Uskov is a chair of the department curriculum committee.

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