Dr. DJ Hovermale Clinical Assistant Professor, College of Business Contact 301 Sparkman DriveBusiness Administration BuildingRoom 371Huntsville, AL 35899 Campus Map email@example.com Biography Curriculum Vitae Education Ph.D., in Computational Linguistics, The Ohio State University, 2011 B.A., in Linguistics, University of Kentucky, 2004 Honors & Awards Inducted into the Military Cyber Professional Association's Order of Thor 2018 Special Achievement Award for exceptional performance, SAIC Studies and Analysis Division 2018 SAIC Dream Team Award presented for exceptional performance during Cyber Shield 17 JELC 2017 Challenge coin presented by USCYBERCOM J7 for exceptional performance at Cyber Flag/Guard 17 2017 SAIC GEM award for outstanding customer support at cyber exercises 2017 Challenge coin presented by National Guard Bureau G36 for exceptional perf. at Cyber Shield 17 2017 Challenge coin presented by Asymmetric Operations Sector, JHU/APL 2016 Challenge coin presented by USCYBERCOM J7 for exceptional performance at Cyber Flag/Guard 16 2016 STEMmy Award (for exceptional STEM volunteer effort) presented by JHU/APL STEM office 2015 STEMmy award for outstanding STEM outreach, Johns Hopkins APL STEM office 2015 Expertise Graduate of the Joint Advanced Cyber Warfare Course (JACWC), United States Cyber Command Fluent in Russian; experience with Spanish and French; knowledge of many other languages, including: Arabic, Chimwiini (Bravanese), Estonian, Japanese, Latvian, Lithuanian, Swahili, etc. HP certified repair technician (hardware and software) laptops/desktops; experience with mobile devices Programming experience in Python, Java, C, Prolog, R Experience with Windows and Linux operating systems, Microsoft Office suite, HTML, LaTeX, VMWare, Wireshark, Sysinternals product suite, GIMP, Moses/Joshua, Natural Language Toolkit, SRILM toolkit, etc. Reverse engineering Experience with cyber exercise situational awareness and analysis tools (Pointillist, Dagger, Galaxy, etc.) Experience with cyber exercise assessment tools (MATT, RT, etc.) Experience with virtual network engineering and development (OpenStack, Amazon Web Services, etc.) Recent Publications Hovermale, DJ, “ERRON: A Phrase-based Machine Translation Approach to Custom Spelling Correction”, dissertation, The Ohio State University Department of Linguistics, December 2011. Hovermale, DJ, “An Analysis of the Spelling Errors of L2 English Learners”, CALICO (Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium) 2010, Amherst, MA, USA, June 10-12, 2010. Hovermale, DJ, “Using social media to enhance the classroom experience”, Digital Media in a Social World 2010 Conference (DMSW), February 19-20, 2010 in Columbus, Ohio, USA. Hovermale, DJ and Mehay, Dennis N., “Real-word Spelling Correction for CALL”, MCLC-6 (6th Annual Midwest Computational Linguistics Colloquium). Bloomington, Indiana, USA, May 2-3, 2009. Hovermale, DJ and Corl, Kathryn A., “Automatic Annotation of Texts for MerkMal! Exercises”, Digital Media in a Social World 2009 Conference, Columbus, Ohio, USA. Hovermale, DJ. “The Chimwiini Diminutive Prefix”, The 40th Annual Conference on African Languages, Champaign-Urbana, IL. April 09-11, 2009. Hovermale, DJ and Scott Martin. “Developing an Annotation Scheme for ELL Spelling Errors”, Proceedings of MCLC-5 (Midwest Computational Linguistics Colloquium) East Lansing, Michigan, USA, May 10-11, 2008. Pestian, J.P., Brew, C., Matykiewicz, P., Hovermale, DJ, Johnson, N., Cohen, K.B., Duch, W. A shared task involving multi-label classification of clinical free text. In: BioNLP ’07: Proceedings of the Workshop on BioNLP 2007, Morristown, NJ, USA, Association for Computational Linguistics, 97–104. Hovermale, DJ, “SCALE: Spelling Correction Adapted for Learners of English”, CALICO 2008 ICALL SIG (Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium Intelligent Computer-Assisted Language Learning Special Interest Group) pre-conference workshop, San Francisco, California, USA, March 18-19, 2008. Hovermale, DJ, “Vowel Deletion and the Interaction of Sibilants in Chimwiini”, 13th Midcontinental Workshop on Phonology, Columbus, Ohio, USA October 2007.