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Current Students

MAJ Aaron A. Andrews
Thesis topic: "Could or Should a carbon-based life be affected, in any way, by the behavior of their alter silicon egos and their actions in Second Life?"
Capt. James Regan
Thesis topic: Recovery of Deleted Data from Flash Memory Devices.
Jessy Cowan-Sharp

"Collaboration Metrics Using Email Metadata"

Graduated Students

Cpt. Daniel Huynh
Thesis: Exploring and Validating Data Mining Algorithms for use in Data Ascription, Master's Thesis, June 2008
Steven D. Bassi Jr.
Thesis: An Automated Acquisition System for Media Exploitation, Master's Thesis, June 2008
Lt. Paul Farrell
Thesis: A Framework for Automated Digital Forensic Reporting, Master's Thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, March 2009.
Practical Applications of Bloom filters to the NIST RDS and hard drive triage, Farrell, Garfinkel and White, ACSAC 2008
Maj. James Migletz
Rear Admiral Grace Murray Hopper Computer Science Award
Automated Metadata Extraction, Master's Thesis, June 2008
LT Simon McLaren
Reliability of Iris recognition as a means of identity verification and future impact on transportation worker identification credential. Master's Thesis, March 2008.
LT Andrew Slack
Affects of Digital Authentication for Official Bulk Email, Master's Thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, March 2009