Department
Of Computer Science
Wofford
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Dr. X

Dr. Xenia Mountrouidou (Dr. X)
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Wofford College. I enjoy programming, doing research in computer networks and security, reading science fiction, and scuba diving. You may contact me at mountrouidoup <at> wofford.edu

My Office hours on Spring 2016:
Wed/Fri 13:30 -17:00, Tues/Thurs 13:00 – 14:30, or by appointment

What is new?

  • Paper accepted at IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Data and Security (IEEE IDS 2016): “Spectral Clustering Technique for Classifying Network Attacks”, Anna Little (JU), Xenia Mountrouidou, Daniel Moseley (JU)
  • Received NSF Grant 1600060: “IUSE: Collaborative Project: Engaged Student Learning: Design and Development, Level I: Broadening the Path to the STEM Profession through Cybersecurity Learning”
  • Paper accepted at Military Communications Conference MilCom 2015: “An SDN-Supported Collaborative Approach for DDoS Flooding Detection and Containment”, Tommy Chin (RIT), Xenia Mountrouidou, Xiangyang Li (Johns Hopkins University), Kaiqi Xiong (RIT)
  • Presentation at GENI NICE 2015: “Covert Storage Channel Analysis Using SDN and Experimentation on GENI”, Yiyuan Hu, Xiangyang Li, Xenia Mountrouidou
  • Presentation at GENI NICE 2015: “DDoS Flooding Detection and Containment Using SDN and Experimentation on GENI”, Xenia Mountrouidou, Xiangyang Li, Tommy Chin, Kaiqi Xiong.
  • Paper accepted at CNERT 2015: “Selective Packet Inspection to Detect DoS Flooding Using Software Defined Networking (SDN)”,  Tommy Chin (RIT), Xenia Mountrouidou, Xiangyang Li (Johns Hopkins University), Kaiqi Xiong (RIT)
  • Best Demo 2015 at GENI Engineering Conference (GEC22): SDN-Supported Collaborative DDoS Attack Detection and Containment, Tommy Chin (RIT), Xenia Mountrouidou, Xiangyang Li (Johns Hopkins University), Kaiqi Xiong (RIT)
  • Student presentation accepted at National Council of Undergraduate Research 2015: “Automation of Layer 7 DDoS Attacks and post forensic analysis of server logs”, Barry Hamilton and Xenia Mountrouidou
  • Student presentation accepted at National Council of Undergraduate Research 2015: “Performance Comparison of Programming Languages to Analyze Big Data Sets”, Davis Visman and Xenia Mountrouidou
  • Talk at Big Data Jax: Data Analysis of Fauna Populations of the Florida Aquifer