Over the years I've taught a number of classes. I thought they were all interesting and I hope some of my students thought so too.
This semester I'm teaching Penetration Testing--Ethical Hacking (CIS 4204/CIS 6930). You can see a comprehensive list of courses I've taught since 1994.
- J.N. Wilson, F. Toska, M. Levental, P.J. Dobbins, "A deep neural network model for hazard classification," Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Defense Applications, Proceedings of SPIE. Vol. 11169, 2019.
- D.B. Gonsalves, J.N. Wilson, "Path reconstruction from nontraditional sensor information using subgraph isomorphism algorithms," Detection and Sensing of Mines, Explosive Objects, and Obscured Targets XXIV, Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 11012, 2019.
- J.M. Malof, D. Reichman, A. karem, H. Frigui, KC Ho, J.N. Wilson, W-H Lee, W.J. Cummings, L.M. Collins, "A large-scale multi-institutional evaluation of advanced discrimination algorithms for buried threat detection in ground penetrating radar," IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 57(9), ppg 6928-2945, 2019.
- J. Abdullah, W. Garcia, C. Peeters, P. Traynor, K.R.B. Butler, J.N. Wilson, "Practical hidden voice attacks against speech and speaker recognition systems," Network and Distributed Systems Security (NDSS) Symposium 2019, San Diego, CA, 2019. A more comprehensive list of publications is available.
Also, feel free to consult my curriculum vitae.
Recent Funded Research Projects:
- Algorithm and Decision Support for Multisensor Handheld Explosive Hazard Detec- tion Systems, U.S. Army Night Vision Electronics Sensors Directorate, $1,057,332.00, PI: J.N. Wilson, CoPI: P.D. Gader, CoPI: A. Banerjee
- Active Topic-Learning-Based Legal EDiscovery, UF International Center for Auto- mated Information Research, $62,500, Co-PI: Daisy Wang, Co-PI: J.N. Wilson A more comprehensive list of funded research projects is available.