Ms. Beth Allen Senior Lecturer, Computer Science Contact 320 Sparkman DriveOlin B. King Technology HallRoom N300GHuntsville, AL 35899 Campus Map firstname.lastname@example.org Biography Ms. Allen has a long history of teaching experience both at UAH and Athens State. She also has served as a software development manager for several DoD related programs Huntsville, as well as serving as Chief Technical Officer for a DoD contractor in Huntsville for several years prior to re-joining the CS department staff at UAH. Her professional interests include software engineering, applying data standards for large information systems, and helping students develop and refine their problem-solving skills. Curriculum Vitae Personal Website Education M.S., Computer Science, Auburn University, 1992 B.S.E., Engineering, Tulane University, 1985 Honors & Awards 2011 - A. Mentzelopoulos Scholarship, University of Patras. 2012 - Graduate Studies Doctoral Fellowship for Inclusive Engagement, University of Denver. 2014 - Graduate Studies Dissertation Fellowship, University of Denver. 2015- Graduate Student Scholar of the Year, University of Denver. Recent Publications C. McCreary, A.A. Khan, J. Thompson, and M. E. McArdle, "A Comparison of Heuristics for Scheduling DAGs on Multiprocessors," IPPS '94, 1994. C. McCreary, M. E. McArdle, and J. McCreary, "Modeling Communication Delay on the iPSC/2 and iPSC/860 Hypercubes", Auburn University Technical Report No. CSE-91-09 Lieou, C.K.C., Mayeur, J.R., and Beyerlein, I.J. (2017) Deformation in amorphous-crystalline nanolaminates – an effective temperature theory and interaction between defects, Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering, 25, 034002. Mayeur, J.R., Mourad, H.M., Luscher, D.J., Hunter, A., Kenamond, M.A. (2016) Numerical implementation of a crystal plasticity model with dislocation transport for high strain rate applications, Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering, 24, 045013. Mayeur, J.R., McDowell, D.L. (2015) Micropolar crystal plasticity simulation of particle strengthening. Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering, 23, 065007.